We have Subversion running on our Debian development server.
We have setup a post-commit hook to checkout the contents of the repository to /var/www/ourwebsite
There are about 2GB worth of files and each checkout takes about 10-15 minutes.
If we are simply changing a couple lines of code, it will continually keep copying files over and over, I dont think this is the right approach.
svn update instead of
Make sure that you have Apache setup to ignore svn files
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