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Re: Repository File Corruption

From: Wayne Johnson
Subject: Re: Repository File Corruption
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 16:07:14 -0800 (PST)

--- Donald Sharp <address@hidden> wrote:
> Backup's of the repository should ideally lock the repository so
> that it's not changing underneath you as you save the data off.
I agree.  Might be a bit of a trick to get Veritas to do that.  We're
looking into it though.
> Yeah, alot depends on how you access the data in the repository.
> I'd hazard a guess and say that you are just remotely mounting
> the repository everywhere.  I'd suggest switching over to using
> pserver or the ext access methodology.

Nice try, but we are using pserver on a standard ext3 file system. 

Thanks anyway.

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