Do you keep and maintain backups?
Yes. We keep both real-time backups and take daily backup snapshots.
We have data loss minimization strategies in place.
First, twin-site storage. This means that all data is replicated continuously to two datacenters. So, if the primary datacenter loses power, the servers should reboot from the secondary datacenter.
Second, backup snapshots. These are taken daily and are kept for 28 days. These snapshots are stored in a third datacenter outside our normal locations. This is a safety measure in case a server or the cloud might get completely corrupted. It’s not used much in practice since repository actions are non-destructive.
For making a local backup of the repository, we recommend the svnsync command. This can be used to replay revisions to a clean repository. We support it for importing your existing repositories from some other place. You can also easily script it to automatically make complete backups of your remote repository locally.
More questions in this section
- Where is my data stored and processed?
- How do I make an export (local backup) of my repository?
- Do you keep and maintain backups?
- How do I downgrade my SVN hosting package?
- Can I change the name of my repository?
- What are your terms and conditions?
- How reliable is your network?
- How safe is my code with you?
- Can I import my existing SVN repository into my new account?
- Can I manage my repositories and users online?
- How do I upgrade my SVN hosting package?
- I have lost my password or account data!
- How do I connect to my repository?
- When do I get access to my repository?
- Resolving “Failed to get lock on destination repos” in svnsync