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Re: moving repo
Re: moving repo
Thu, 1 Mar 2001 21:57:34 -0500
On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 08:40:01AM +0000, Martin Tomes wrote:
> >>>>> "Rob" == Rob Helmer <address@hidden> writes:
> Rob> [...] I am wondering about people's experiences moving repositories
> I have a perl program which you can modify and use to switch peoples checked
> out code to use the new repository. We have moves ours several times without
> problems. If you want the program mail me.
To avoid having to deal with this again next time, do the
- wherever you physically put the repo on the new machine, make
a symlink to it in a standard location (my own convention is
- make a DNS alias (ie. CNAME) for the CVS server machine (my
convention is "cvs") -- you can also do this in /etc/hosts,
of course, if that's how you run your network
Tell people to check out their new sandbox using:
cvs -d cvs.mydomain.com:/Repos co ...
instead of using either the machine's real name or the repo's
Then, if you ever have to move the repo to a new server, or to a
new (eg. larger) partition on the same server, you can do it
transparently by changing the appropriate pointer(s).
Of course you can invent your own conventions if mine aren't to
your taste ... but once you do, stick to them!
| | /\
|-_|/ > Eric Siegerman, Toronto, Ont. address@hidden
| | /
With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. However, this is not
necessarily a good idea.
- RFC 1925 (quoting an unnamed source)
- Re: moving repo, Martin Tomes, 2001/03/01
- Re: moving repo,
Eric Siegerman <=