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Building an inotify-based backup with revisions

I am currently trying to come up with a backup solution for a ~50K file folder with paths up to 350 chars in length which contain special characters like "º", double quotes, single quotes, "Ñ", "-" ...
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1answer
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SVN backup on Linux

I have SVN repository at /var/svn, and folder /var is backup incrementally everyday by the standard TSM backup. Do I still need to do the dump backup for SVN? Thanks
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1answer
70 views

Backup Subversion Repositories with rsync [duplicate]

Is it ok to Synchronize the SVN Repository directory using the rsync command. Will there be any issues, will the repository files get corrupted due to this? (I use rsync only when no one is using the ...
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2answers
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Is it necessary to do an svnadmin dump to backup subversion?

We have subversion repositories that are accessed via svn+ssh and apache's svn module. Is there any problem with just backing up the repository directories directly, or will I get something out of ...
2
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1answer
448 views

Can Windows Backup and Restore safely backup an SVN repository?

I'm using VisualSVN to host a repository on a server that is backed up nightly using Windows' built in Backup and Restore functionality. Is this sufficient or do I need to create a separate task to ...
4
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1answer
260 views

Rsnapshot hard-link ONLY + diffs

We have a 39 TB linux server (mdadm raid 6 15 3TB Drives) that has about 12TB of working data on it. Initially I wanted to create a snapshot system that only saved the data that was changed, much like ...
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2answers
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In subversion how can I create a slave repository from the master at the current revision?

I have a huge subversion repository and want to create a slave repository for live backup purposes. However I do not want to replay the revision history into the slave because this will literally ...
4
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1answer
371 views

how to backup svn remotely without a local copy

I have a subversion server that is running short on disk. I'd like to archive one of the larger repositories to free up some space, so I need to make a full backup of the repository files on a remote ...
0
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1answer
56 views

how safe are FS recovery operations?

I just needed to do a recovery of a vserver after a failed update. Because the scope of the affected files wasn't exactly known, I completely restored most directories, except /home which was not ...
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2answers
329 views

Best practices for backing up databases

I asked this on stackoverflow, but someone pointed out it would be better to ask here. Let's assume Subversion and MySQL on a RAID NAS. What are the best practices for backing up data? I was ...
2
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1answer
251 views

Backup of VisualSVN [duplicate]

I've got installed a VisualSVN in a Windows Server 2003 (it has just a drive C: with 10GB) I'm planning to backup a VisualSVN server in this way: Make a disk image with Ghost or some other ...
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1answer
102 views

Walkthrough on creating a script to backup subversion on Linux [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Best way to do Subversion backups? I'm not a Linux admin so a full walkthrough is needed. I'm running Gentoo 1.16 I believe. I know the elements I need as I can do it ...
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Using SVN as backup solution … some doubts

I'm starting a new thread (to continue the thread Backup of machines running linux and windows on Mike Renfro suggestion, which I'm grateful to as well as voretaq7). I think I'm intended to use SVN ...
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2answers
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What do you think about these backup / svn workflows I want to implement?

What do you think about these backup / svn workflows I want to implement ? Please see picture:. Is this architecture good ? Or is there something wrong ? Missing ? thanks
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1answer
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How do you install subversion on a godaddy Linux hosting Deluxe grid account?

I was wondering how would I install subversion to backup my site on a godaddy hosting account? Can you be as detailed as possible so I can accomplish this? I'm using PHP & MySQL if that helps. I ...
4
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3answers
609 views

backing up SVN repository on Ubuntu linux to a Windows share

We have a Ubuntu(head-less) system that runs our SVN repository(ies). Would like to regularly back it up to a Windows share automatically. What should we do ? Any links/articles ? Any gotchas ? How ...
0
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1answer
181 views

write bash file to do incremntal backup daily?

i want to write bash file to do incremntal backup daily ... how i can do it ? by svnlook youngest i can get the current svn repository revision ... how i can store the result of svnlook youngest in ...
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1answer
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Incremental backups of Subversion repositories

I have two SVN repositories, svn_rep1 and svn_rep2. I want to back them up to a remote server, with an incremental backup daily and a full backup monthly. How I can write a bash shell script to do ...
2
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1answer
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Incremental Backups of SVN Repository daily ? (OS = UNIX)

the first part of question how i can make Incremental Backups of SVN Repository ? what is the command do this ....... and how i can do this automatically (OS + UNIX)
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1answer
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Source manager vs Backups

I need to get input of some it proffessional. My point is, when you have developpement, example, web developpement and you get some .cs files, aspx files, .css , .js and you get somme graphic files ...
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2answers
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RSync backup of Subversion repository with Rsyncrypto

This is a crosspost from stackoverflow because I find that I might get a much qualified audience here The Situation I have a pretty large Subversion repository that I am trying to backup ...
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4answers
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How i can do SVN Repositories Backup step by step

How i can do SVN Repositories Backup step by step.... i want to backup the Repositories itself .... i don't want to backup it as folder ....
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3answers
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How can I do daily backups for my VisualSVN Repos? [duplicate]

How can I do daily backups for my VisualSVN Repos? Its on a Windows Server 2003 machine with VisualSVN Server, I was thinking about just doing an xcopy of the folder C:\Repo but I'm not familiar ...
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5answers
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SVN Backup using rsync command

I setup a cron for taking backup of my SVN repo( 8 GB) to another server. But some times I get errors and I feel that this is not the proper way to back an svn to a remote server. I used the command ...
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Backup Server Overhaul

I have a storage dilemma on my network at work. Currently we use version control (SVN) to backup our raw files from our workstations to a repository on a centralized Server. After reading up, it ...
3
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2answers
366 views

Is it safe to zip/tar hotcopied svn repositories?

We want to store our backups of our svn repositories as a flat file. We'd like to tar/zip the whole hotcopied directory. I know that we could dump it to a flat file but let's pretend that we'd rather ...
4
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3answers
596 views

Version Control and Backup, which combination?

I'm a sole developer and I have 3 computers. Plus a friend of mine has an account, but never uses it. My current setup is GIT + my own ad hoc backup job that clones the repository, zips it, gnupg it, ...
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2answers
677 views

recreate svn repository from two working copies

This might be a repeated question from here (http://serverfault.com/questions/55511/recreating-svn-repository), but I think I should ask this again. I do not have a most recent back up of the ...
3
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1answer
633 views

verifying integrity of svn backups

...so I want to back up my Subversion repository and I know how to do that using svnadmin dump. My question is, what is the best way to verify integrity of the dump files? I figure I'll use them to ...
0
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1answer
531 views

Backing up an SVN repository on Mac OS X

I am trying to automate backing up an SVN server on my G5 running 10.5 Leopard. I already have Time Machine set up. I figured it would be best to exclude the SVN repository from Time Machine, and ...
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4answers
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SVN: Where is my repository?

I'm trying to backup my SVN respository. My problem: I forgot where I put my repository on the hard disk. How can I find this? FYI: I'm using TortoiseSVN if that helps.
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7answers
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Best way to do Subversion backups?

What is the best way to do Subversion backups (on a Debian based server). Is it to use svnadmin? svnadmin dump /path/to/reponame > reponame.dump Or maybe just to tar the dir where the ...
3
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5answers
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Incremental MySQL Backup using Subversion

Our MySQL database servers host several dozens of databases, with dump file size ranging from 1 to ~100 MB. Currently, our backup approach is mysqldump, wrapped in a shell script, and run from a ...
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3answers
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convenient & easy way backing up mySQL & SVN on Ubuntu machine

I work as a developer in a small company and am far from being a linux-pro or admin. Nontheless I have set up a Ubuntu Server for documentation purposes (LAMP with wiki) and versioning (SVN). Our ...
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3answers
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SVN access error after svnadmin dump

I was looking for a way to backup all our SVN repositories, and came across this: http://www.darcynorman.net/2006/04/05/automatically-backing-up-multiple-subversion-repositories/ Because our ...
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What ways there are to backup repositories for Windows VisualSVN?

At this moment we are using Visual SVN and we are backing up the entire repositories directory for visual svn. This backs up the entire data for each repository inside our svn engine. I am curious ...
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How to have a transparent backup server for SVN

A few friends and I were thinking about a project. We would need a server to for a SVN repository and storage for basic things, that we grab once in a while (lets say they are all art and sound ...