A git story
Kevin T. Neely
ktneely at astroturfgarden.com
Thu Mar 11 21:52:17 CET 2010
Ha, i'm about to break your moral. I'm looking at moving from my own
Subversion server (mostly b/c it's become a pain to manage from behind ISP
dynamic DNS and I don't need a server running all the time) to the hosted
service at rsync.net.
Soo, there are some image and data files from old projects I no longer need
nor care about, and I have trimmed them using the svnadmin d ump and then
svndumpfilter. I'll be using the trimmed files for my hosted content.
I'd like to come up with a good way to protect my data via encryption.
Something better than creating a Truecrypt volume and syncing that,
instead. Which pretty much defeats the purpose but is all I have come up
with so far.
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 5:43 AM, chombee <chombee at lavabit.com> wrote:
> I kept all my files in a git repo. Eventually the repo got too big to
> handle. I archived the .git file and started afresh with git init. Now
> I'm looking at some really old work (from a couple of years back), from
> my notes I can't figure out some exact details that I need, and the
> history of my git repo doesn't go back far enough, the work happened
> before the archiving of the .git folder. So where is my archived .git
> folder? I don't know! I have a feeling I may have deleted it, thinking
> that I had everything I needed in the working copy of the files and
> didn't need to keep this ancient history around.
> So the moral is, never delete.
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