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Backing Data

From: Herbie Marais <Herbie.Marais_at_tpt.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2011 09:29:15 -0400

Good day.


We are reviewing some alternate source control solutions for our Cape
Town operation.


One of the pre-requisites for us, is an absolute guarantee that the
source control repository will not get corrupted.

Our employees often work remotely and the source control system needs to
be able to recover is the connection is interrupted while the user is
busy checking in a file.


We are kind of partial towards the systems that use a relational
database like sql server or mysql to store data, since this aspect is
take care of by the database's transaction handling.


Using a relational database as backing store also makes the backup of
the repository a breeze...


I have scanned through svn's website and could not find any information
on guaranteed transaction management and backup...


Please advice.

Kind Regards.


Herbie Marais

Senior Software Developer


+27 21.861.6840 | office

+27 21.887.7168 | fax

www.tpt.com <http://www.tpt.com/>



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