Subversion repository for personal media?


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Is it possible to organize storage in such a way?

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The repository it is impossible to create, for example, if the SVN server is not on what to install (in this case, there is just disk space, without installing a OS on it).


The solution must be transportable, and meshumadim leprosarium in terms of energy consumption. That is, the option of raising overall and lazy servers out.


UPD: Maybe I used not quite the right terminology, using the word "router". But if to speak humanly, needed something to allow you to store information (or give the option to connect an external hard drive via USB) to access them over the network, and provide version control.


Well, let's say the possibility of version control of data greatly complicates => increases the cost of the solution. Then, in principle, it is possible to abandon this condition.
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If the router can not deliver anything, but there is outside access to the file system of the router, you can connect to the repository as "local", without having to install a SVN server (TortoiseSVN is able)
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And the server does not have to be dimensional, noisy, and greedy. For example Dlink DIR-320, USB connector and Linux inside.
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it is a perversion, IMHO. Normal svn'and will not be available probably.
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It was similar with WD external hard drives — ability to create backup and work through the Internet.
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As rightly noted,
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the server does not have to be dimensional, noisy and voracious
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The hardware part of Your solution, even in the base case = computer(in a General sense, a computer, that is) media. Better and easier than the ready NAS or router with USB and external screw to find is unlikely. Here is nothing to reduce the cost and simplify.
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So, it would be logical to see which of Your tasks have already been implemented in a ready NAS and open firmware for routers (openwrt, dd-wrt) or NAS (freenas).
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  1. Easier and better than NAS or router with USB + disk is unlikely to succeed.
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  3. For "just" access to storage on the network — keyword: iSCSI.
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  5. In the commercial solutions have the same WD as, again, it was noted that there are options for backup and remote access to Your data. It is only necessary in each case to check whether it is necessary to pay for it above and if a mad software on the client machine.
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  7. To raise anything on the box, in which revolves a *nix-compatible OS is only a matter of free time. Ready-made solutions and the experience of colleagues already with You.
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