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Tue, 22 May 2001 14:18:55 +0200
On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 07:40:13AM -0400, David Fuller wrote:
> >We currently have a CVS server for our software guys. I need to
> >move the CVS server to a new Machine and we dont have the
> >expertise in house to perform this, so we want to out source it..
> >any ideas or help
> No real magic to it. Just pick up the repository folder and move it to
> a new location.
That may not be sufficient. If there are any developers with checked
out copies of any modules, they either have to check out there copies
again from the new location or they have to adjust all the CVS/Root
Of course, you should also verify that the new repository has the
appropriate permissions to offer the access as before. Depending on
how you realized the access to the repository, you would have to
create particular user accounts and so on. And if you are using some
of CVS's CVSROOT/*info-hooks, you have to double check, that all those
scripts work as expected.
Matthias Kranz address@hidden
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