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SubjectRe: [RFC] Linux Kernel Subversion Howto
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Followup to:  <20050202155403.GE3117@crusoe.alcove-fr>
By author: Stelian Pop <stelian@popies.net>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Hi,
>
> I've played lately a bit with Subversion and used it for managing
> the kernel sources, using Larry McVoy's bk2cvs bridge and Ben Collins'
> bkcvs2svn conversion script.
>
> Since there is little information on the web on how to properly
> set up a SVN repository and use it for tracking the latest kernel
> tree, I wrote a small howto (modeled after the bk kernel howto)
> in case it can be useful for other people too.
>
> Feel free to comment on it (but let's not start a new BK flamewar
> or SVN bashing session please). If there is enough interest I'll
> submit a patch to include this in the kernel Documentation/
> directory.
>
> I've put it also on my web page along with the necessary scripts:
> http://popies.net/svn-kernel/
>
> And now a question to Larry and whoever else is involved in the
> bkcvs mirror on kernel.org: what is the periodicity of the CVS
> repository update ?
>

Currently it's nightly. Larry has offered to run it more often if
someone can provide a dedicated fast machine to run it on. (Larry: is
it a matter of memory or of CPU or both? If nothing else we should
have the old kernel.org server, dual P3/1133 with 6 GB RAM, coming
free soon.)

Please let me know if there is something that should be put on
kernel.org; we can host repositories there of course.

-hpa
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