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Re: Some parts of repository corrupted - how to recover?

From: Edmund Horner <edmund_at_chrysophylax.cjb.net>
Date: 2003-05-15 03:53:44 CEST

> I was just suggesting db_dump/db_load as an alternative to hex editing
> the database files. As to how SVN uses the database files exactly and
> what to do when something gets corrupted, I don't have much of a clue.
> I suspect what you did above was what Karl was suggesting, though.

Very well... I'm still confidenct that I haven't lost everything, I'm
just worried about how much work it's going to be to extract all the
versions of all the other paths!

Time to start writing a script I guess. I had considered modifying
"svnadmin dump" to ignore the two problem paths, but I haven't compiled
Subversion on Windows yet so that idea's on the backburner.

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