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Old 12-18-2008, 12:23 AM   #1
your_shadow03
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Help on SVN?


I have SVN Working on my RHEL Machine(Server1). I have configured WebDAV.Users read,checkout and been accessing the Repository.
Now I want to make the SVN Replication from master to slave(Server2).


Main AIM: Server1 is placed in US and Server2 is in India.This is needed so that colleagues in India neednt to be dependent on uk server.They can comit and modify in india and that too has to be synched to UK.

Is it possible?

I just read svnsync but I wonder on installing it people in India can only read the same. can they commit it too?
Any option to make this happen?
 
Old 12-19-2008, 05:02 AM   #2
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I have SVN Working on my RHEL Machine(Server1). I have configured WebDAV.Users read,checkout and been accessing the Repository.
Now I want to make the SVN Replication from master to slave(Server2).


Main AIM: Server1 is placed in US and Server2 is in India.This is needed so that colleagues in India neednt to be dependent on uk server.They can comit and modify in india and that too has to be synched to UK.

Is it possible?

I just read svnsync but I wonder on installing it people in India can only read the same. can they commit it too?
Any option to make this happen?
You can commit ONLY to the one server. svnsync able to re-sen all your commits to the backup svn server. From the backup server you can only CHECKOUT. If your commit something to backup server thet svnsync will stop working
 
  


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