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Changing server hostname

From: Mark Hewitt <mark.hewitt_at_uk.lawson.com>
Date: 2007-02-12 11:36:22 CET

Simple question... Probably not so simple answer...

If the Subversion server is changed, in particular, I'm thinking of its
hostname, is there any way to reconnect working copies that are associated

with the server's previous name?
I am presuming that the repository is brought back up at the same version
on the new server.

As a supplementary question, if the repository is out of date - lets say
the backup was regular enough and was recovered, is there any way to
re-synchonise the working copies in that case too?

This is not a panic, but some situations I'd like to feel comfortable that

we can handle.

Mark J Hewitt
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