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Re: Problems dumping a directory tree and then loading into fresh repository

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-08-25 17:22:47 CEST

kfogel@collab.net wrote:

>James, you've got copies in your tree. Some of those copies have
>sources that are either
> - in revision trees from before the earliest revision in your
> dumpfile, or
> - in locations not included in your dump.
>Depending on what kind of activity has been going on in your
>repository, non-complete dumpfiles can be very complex. Whenever you
>dump less than the whole repository, you can run into trouble.
>Does this clarify what the problem is?
>It's not clear what 'svnadmin dump' should do about this.
The question here is not whether "svnadmin dump" is DTRT -- it is -- but
whether it is a bug that svndumpfilter will allow you to exlude paths
with copy sources from the dump, or, if not, whether it should tweak the
filtered dump file so that it doesn't refer to those copy sources (which
would essentially make such a dump useless for backups since it changes
history, but I don't think that's a problem in his scenario).

-- Brane

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