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Re: backing up of cvs repositories

From: ankush grover
Subject: Re: backing up of cvs repositories
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2006 13:11:44 +0530

>>   --exclude '#cvs*' --exclude ',*,'
>> If you feel you want something more specific, then perhaps:
>>   --exclude '#cvs.lock' \
>>   --exclude '#cvs.history.lock' \
>>   --exlcude '#cvs.val-tags.lock' \
>>   --exlcude '#cvs.rfl*' \
>>   --exlcude '#cvs.pfl*' \
>>   --exlcude '#cvs.wfl*' \
>>   --exlcude ',*,' \
>>   --exclude 'CVS'
Quick question:  Isn't the CVS directory important if you would need to
restore the repository?

What difference will it make with and without CVS? On my linux server
I don't see any CVS directory. On windows you normally see a CVS
folder/directory under each directory of the module which contains the
information regarding the repository,subdirectory,files etc.

Thanks & Regards

Ankush Grover

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