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Output of svnadmin load

From: Tim Potter <tpot_at_samba.org>
Date: 2005-01-19 07:45:59 CET

Hi everyone. I have a script set up to send the output of 'svnadmin
dump --incremental' from one machine to another to create a read-only
remote repository. At the moment my svnadmin load doesn't use --quiet
while I get a handle on what is going on so all output is mailed to root
via cron.

My problem is that the output of svnadmin load doesn't name the
repository being updated so short of displaying the command line that
was run somehow, there is no way to work out which repository is being
modified. Usually the files being updated are enough to distinguish
between repositories but this is not always the case.

Here's some sample output:

<<< Started new transaction, based on original revision 106
     * editing path : hooks/post-commit ... done.

------- Committed revision 106 >>>

Actually now I have a think about it I'm not sure there is anything
within the repository to identify the repository other than the UUID.
Maybe this isn't such an easy problem after all. (-:


Received on Wed Jan 19 07:48:58 2005

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