> James, you've got copies in your tree. Some of those copies have
> sources that are either
> - in revision trees from before the earliest revision in your
> dumpfile, or
> - in locations not included in your dump.
> Depending on what kind of activity has been going on in your
> repository, non-complete dumpfiles can be very complex. Whenever you
> dump less than the whole repository, you can run into trouble.
> Does this clarify what the problem is?
> James Lamanna <email@example.com> writes:
>>Joshua Varner wrote:
>>>On 8/24/05, James Lamanna <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>>I tried asking this on svn-users, but I never got a response...
>>>>And its quite an important issue preventing me from moving forward.
>>>Sorry for the delay
>>>Here is the original thread from users:
>>>>I've attached a svnadmin load log that fails.
>>>>The dumpfile used was created with:
>>>>svndumpfilter include --drop-empty-revs TouchTable TouchTableSDK |
>>>>svndumpfilter exclude --drop-empty-revs
>>>>TouchTableSDK/Comments TouchTable/branches/demo/n > ttdumpfile4
So I've tried the above command again w/o any of the exclude lines:
svnadmin dump /export/repositories/ami | svndumpfilter include
--drop-empty-revs TouchTable TouchTableSDK
It still fails, so I don't see how it could be a problem with copies
being in the tree, since I"m not excluding any of them now.
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