[cvsnt] Re: Repository Backup

Antoine TYNEVEZ atynevez at patrimoine.com
Fri Aug 12 15:38:04 BST 2005

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Hi Peter,

I mean  'a copy of the CVSNT server kept in case of catastrophe' (server 
crash........). So I keep my script !




Peter Crowther a écrit :

>>From: [...] Antoine TYNEVEZ
>>Hi Gerhard, I was thinking about saving Java source file only.
>If you only want version control over Java source files, then only put
>Java source files in your repository.  If you want version control over
>other files, then add those other files to the repository.  Either way,
>if I was a user of that repository, I'd expect to be able to recover any
>version of a file I'd placed in it - I wouldn't expect only some of them
>to be backed up to tape (for example), and hence some of my development
>work to be lost if the disk on the CVSNT server failed.
>Just to check, Antoine, by 'repository backup', do you mean 'a copy of
>the CVSNT server kept in case of catastrophe'?  Or do you mean 'copy of
>the files in my sandbox in my local machine kept on the CVSNT server'?
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