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kenfreebsd at icarz.com
Thu Aug 23 18:00:11 UTC 2012
On 8/23/2012 11:43 AM, Ian Lepore wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-08-23 at 11:17 -0400, Ken Menzel wrote:
>> I found two good primers:
>> The second primer in the committer handbook seems to indicate that it
>> is difficult to run an SVN mirror. This appears to me to be the
>> biggest drawback. I have been using CVS and perforce for years, but
>> subversion is new to me.
> It may be difficult to run an svn mirror that allows you to commit
> locally and get those changes back to the project, but running a
> read-only mirror is trivial. The script I run nightly from cron to sync
> my local mirror is:
> # svnsync to pull in changes from FreeBSD to my local mirror.
> svnsync sync file:///local/vc/svn/base
> I can't remember how I initially created and populated the mirror, but
> it's likely I grabbed a snapshot of the mirror at work and brought it
> home on a thumb drive (just to avoid initial network DL time).
> -- Ian
Thanks Ian, The shame of it is I just setup a new read-only mirror on
CVS about a month ago! The initial download did take quite awhile.
I hope some doc committers can add this information to a wiki or update
the committer handbook to reflect the Read only options.
In the mean time I found some articles that may help others:
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