Re: How to migrate just part of a repo to another server
2011/9/7 Thorsten Schöning <tschoening_at_am-soft.de>:
>> Would it work to start the dump at the revision
>> of the move to the current path (without --incremental) if I'm willing
>> to lose the older history that might have been in a cvs conversion?
> Is space a problem or why do you not just dump and load the whole
> repository and delete every path you don't need using svn? It may be
> the fastest solution and really preserves all history.
There are currently a large number of projects in one repository. The
size is still manageable but approaching being awkward to back up and
manipulate. The point of splitting would be make the size for each
project reasonable - or perhaps to split out a project to be managed
by a group that should not have access to some of the other parts.
From the docs I would have expected giving a starting revision to
svnadmin dump to eliminate the history - and need for paths containing
it - before the specified point. Is that not the case?
Received on 2011-09-07 16:45:40 CEST
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