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Backup of VisualSVN

From: Big George <jbeteta_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 11:15:43 -0800 (PST)


I've got installed a VisualSVN in a Windows Server 2003 (it has just a
drive C: with 10GB)

I'm planning to backup a VisualSVN server in this way:

- Make a disk image with Ghost or some other software of my Windows
Server 2003.
- Every night make a copy of the whole folder: 'C:\Repositories'
- If I upgrade VisualSVN version, I should make again other disk

In case of disaster recovery, in order to restore server, I would only
need to:

- Restore Ghost image in a new server
- Paste folder 'C:\Repositories' from backup to new server

My question are:
- Would it work?
- Is 'C:\Repositories' the only folder that I have to backup? Do I
have to backup any other thing?

Received on 2011-11-07 20:16:17 CET

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