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 manually make a backup of the repository (perhaps using
tar) in a directory that Time Machine can see. Is that necessary, or can I just let Time Machine backup the SVN repository as-is?
If not, I have already created a set of shell scripts for shutting down
svnserve, making the tarball, and restarting
svnserve respectively. I can run all three from the command line just fine. I also recreated a fourth "nightly" script that calls all three in sequence. This also runs fine on the command line. However, I can't seem to get launchd to run the script properly and it's driving me crazy. I can't seem to get
launchd to start logging anything, and I've followed Apple's advice exactly. How can I get
launchd to start logging, and how should I configure a
bash script to run when called from