We are using 3rd party software that take (Copy/Paste)
Backup of all databases of SVN on differential basis. I have some confusion.
What's in all these *.txn folders (33740-q3q.txn, 1757-1d0.txn,
33753-q43.txn) Please guide ? Are they of any use? What is their importance
for Us? Could they be ignored or excluded?
For some reason new set of files that are being dropped into these folders
and they happen to be Alternate data streams, and which we do not seem to be
able to pseudo mirror.
Thanks in advance
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