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Topic # 150212 15-Jul-2014 13:27
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I want to make a read only clone of an SVN server to work on the CD changes without affecting the Development team, but still having an up to date copy of what they are working on. I was considering git-svn, but was unsure if I could get it to read from one SVN but write to a different one. An alternative would be two git-svn instances (one for each SVN) and sync the two git instances, the push the changes to the read-only clones. i.e.

svn(dev) --clone--> git-svn(1) --push--> git-svn(2) --dcommit--> svn(read)

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  Reply # 1090174 16-Jul-2014 18:00
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I've used svnsync successfully to do similar

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.ref.svnsync.html

I do a pull sync every hour but I think you can get it to push changes as they happen as well



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  Reply # 1090177 16-Jul-2014 18:04
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Thanks, looks very positive and much simpler than what I had been considering.

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