On 7/26/11 5:14 PM, Andy Canfield wrote:
> I shy away from svnsync right now because it requires me to get TWO of these
> Subversion systems running. At present I am almost able to get one running. Almost.
You don't need a 2nd server. Svnsync is a client to both repos, but the side it
is writing can use file:/// access to avoid the need to have another server.
> Suppose we do a backup every night at midnight, copying it to a safe place. And
> suppose that the server dies at 8PM Tuesday evening. Then all submits that
> occurred on Tuesday have been lost. Presumably we'd find out about this on
> But a working copy is a valid working copy until you delete it. Assuming that
> the working copies still exist, all we need to do is
> * Restore the working SVNParent repository collection on a replacement computer.
> * Have everyone 'svn commit' from their working copies.
> * Unscramble the merge problems, which should be few.
But you can't do this if the WC was updated past the rev of your restored repo.
Or if you have a different uuid.
Received on 2011-07-27 02:47:01 CEST