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Re: db/fsfs possible question

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-05-18 22:56:58 CEST

On 18/05/07, bruce <bedouglas@earthlink.net> wrote:
> i'm using gforge, which has a svn plugin/extension.
> i created a test project, and verified the dir was created under the correct
> parent dir.
> i then used tortoise to access the svn project, and to 'import/add' some
> test folders/files.... this seemed to go ok.. i then used tortoise to
> 'checkout' the test folders/files i had created... again, this seemed to go
> ok..
> i went to the linux box, that has the svn server, and looked under the dir
> where i expected to see my files.. all i saw was the usual files:
> >>>conf dav db format hooks locks README.txt
> so, my question.. where are the folders/files!!
> or, is this an indication that the svn is using the berkley db, instead of
> the fsfs method of access...
> and if this is the berkley db, how can i change to create svn repos using
> the fsfs method...

They're in db, but this is not CVS so don't expect to see readable files.

The subversion docs tell you all about how to create both types of
repo, and how to use a dump/load cycle to convert between them if need


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Received on Fri May 18 22:57:03 2007

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