Mark Curphey mark at curphey.com
Mon Feb 24 17:34:11 EST 2003

I have a DLT tape machine here. Its a Seagate USB (year old) and anyones
for free if they promise to back up the CVS weekly and do a restore
every now and then to prove its working. First to claim wins ;-) 

On Mon, 2003-02-24 at 14:25, Alex Russell wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Feb 2003, Ingo Struck wrote:
> > Hi...
> >
> > > https://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=772&group_id=1
> > As for the syncmail feature you should ask Alex,
> > since he already set up this feature for the filters subproject.
> Just let me know if you'd like it enabled for your project and provide
> me with a mailing list address with an @sourceforge.net address and I'll
> get it setup.
> > As for the acl, I wouldn't use this "feature", since it leaves enough
> > holes for "semi-priviliged" users to mess up the CVS.
> > That said I would simply control access to the CVS repository by the
> > sourceforge project member's list. Who is listed there should be trusted
> > enough not to mess up the stuff there.
> >
> > BTW do we have any backup concept / possibilities for our CVS repository?
> > I would have much more docile sleep if I knew that we are making some regular
> > external copies. :o)
> Ingo, you're an admin, so you can fetch a CVS backup at any time.
> 1.) login to SourceForge
> 2.) got to the project page and click on "Admin" at the top
> 3.) click the link labeled "Download Your Nightly CVS Tree Tarball"
> that'll give you a snapshot what the CVS repository (the whole thing, in
> RCS file format) looked like last night.
> HTH.
Mark Curphey <mark at curphey.com>

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