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Moving a SVN Server from Windows Home Server to a QNAP NAS – Part IV: SVN Operations

With Subversion now moved to my new QNAP, I need to start worrying about proper operational procedures under the new environment. One important bit is worrying about the Backup. My repositories have grown rather large (at least some of them) … Continue reading

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Moving a SVN Server from Windows Home Server to a QNAP NAS – Part III: Setting up the QNAP

With the general possibility explored in my previous post, I have decided to grab one of the smaller 2-bay QNAPs, a TS-221. Two 3TB Western Digital Red HDDs will form a mirrored drive array (RAID 1). Initial Installation – One … Continue reading

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Moving a SVN Server from Windows Home Server to Ubuntu – Part II: Moving the Repository

Once the subversion software has been installed (see previous post) it is not time to move at least one of my existing repositories to the new environment to test my processes. First, we take a Backup… The process I have … Continue reading

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Moving a SVN Server from Windows Home Server to Ubuntu – Part I: Installation

Luckily, these days you can see trouble coming – if you pay attention. And you can prepare – if you care. I am running a Windows Home Server installation for many years now. It is placed on An Acer H340 … Continue reading

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A proposed Workflow for Digital Images under Version Control

When playing with Adobe Lightroom 3 and Subversion, it quickly became obvious that the  committing changes to the Subversion Repository takes quite a bit of time for large files and/or large numbers of files. Also, any commit duplicates the versioned … Continue reading

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