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RE: Spreading repository across disks

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: Spreading repository across disks
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 06:34:02 +1100

> I have a cvs repository on Ubuntu 8 that is being accessed by about 30
> clients using ssh.

For that number of people I strongly recomment you purchase CVS Suite
and Support - if your software stops working or you need support you are
going to be losing a lot of people's time.  Besides it just makes sense
to financially support software that your business relies on.

> what's the right way to move the contents of a directory in the
> repository to another disc, without impacting endusers?

You cannot - that is why linux has logical volumes - so that a volume
can be extended without affecting the application that use it.

The only alternative is to create a new repository on a different disk
and move the existing directory to the new repository/disk (but the user
will need to use a new CVSROOT to checkout from this new repository).


Arthur Barrett

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