Posted by joseph on November 23, 2011 ·
Has your subversion repository ever been abused by massive commitments?
If not, I should say that you are lucky. Never mind that someday you might be abused as it’s hard to predict what the non-Ops are working on and trying to do.
Posted by joseph on September 17, 2011 ·
As we know, Subversion uses hidden directories of metadata to enable the functionality it provides. These .svn directories are what makes a directory into a Subversion working copy. Without these, it’s just a directory and Subversion can’t do much with it. UPDATE is an operation that is performed [...]
Posted by joseph on September 2, 2011 ·
Sometimes, you may face this issue, how can I downgrade a subversion repository properly? As Subversion does not officially supply this toolset, we’ll show an example on how to downgrade an svn repository from 1.6 to 1.4 via svnsync.
Posted by joseph on June 16, 2011 ·
How can I keep two subversion repositories synchronized on the fly?
As a known issues that system administrators may face, there’re serval ways to achieve that:
svnsync – As part of the official toolset, it would be a good solution. Anyway I will not use it.
SVK – Did not check it [...]