I think it depends exactly on what you are trying to do. For
starters, you could be backing up the db you are using with svn. But
you are probably doing that anyway. Then you could have the backup
server (vm/iron) ready to go. If the production svn server dies, you
can apply the dump in the warm spare and be back in business. You will
loose all commits up to the time of the last backup, but that is it.
IMHO that would be the easiest procedure. Implementation is of course
specific to your setup, requirements, and policies.
On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 7:53 AM, Joćo Bosco Jares <jbjares_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Friends,
> I want a help to implement a contingency plannning, for SVN running on
> Apache and supposing my configuration is simple as possible on an vm
> machine, what is the best advice to strat the job?
> Best Regards
Received on 2013-11-21 15:47:41 CET