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migrating existing repository (0.8.0 to 0.10.0)

From: Miroslav Zubcic <mvz_at_crol.net>
Date: 2002-03-11 18:17:51 CET

I have working repository on production machine, also I have compiled
new subversion/neon/apache2/apr/apr-util combination on other machine
and tried to access repository which was copied from production server
in right place.

Apache logs:

Could not fetch resource information. [500, #0]
Could not open the SVN filesystem at /var/apa2/data/mainrepos [500, #21079]
(2)No such file or directory: Berkeley DB error while creating `strings'
table for filesystem /var/apa2/data/mainrepos/db:
Invalid argument [500, #21079]

I have tried with `db_recover -veh' but I get the same error in logs.

Can somebody tell me proper steps to convert old repository? Is
svnadmin/svn have that functions or I have to use some db_* tool?

If I create blank new repository it works of course, but what with new
one? to write a script to checkout one by one old revisions from
production server and commit them to new one? There *must* be some
easier way ... :-(

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