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post icon SVN Repository Server Load Balancing and Synchronization

April 01, 2014 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Software Craftsmanship

SVN Repository Server Load Balancing and Synchronization

In our support work of the recent past we saw that the topic of SVN repository synchronization seems to be a current issue. Therefore we want to show you how you can implement a master/slave server structure for load balancing. Slave servers are used for read operations and the master for write operations.

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post icon Getting started with Subversion

May 08, 2013 / by Daniel Huchthausen / In Technology

Getting started with Subversion

Nowadays Git and Mercurial are the most often used version control systems. It can be said that they succeeded the former used CVCS in nearly all areas. Nevertheless there is still a loyal user community of Subversion (SVN). Until today older repositories remain of importance. Subversion, is an open source alternative to the well known CVS.

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