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Re: delting old revision files from repo will only delete the headrevision,plus filename case problem

From: Matthias Wächter <matthias.waechter_at_tttech.com>
Date: 2005-11-30 16:11:25 CET

Jody Shumaker schrieb:
> Doing so can take some time depending on the size of your repository during
> which the repository will need to be unavailable.

No. You can backup the running subversion repository database to a
backup one, make your svndumpfilter operation on the backed-up version
while the original repository is available, and afterwards merge the
changes from the running repository to the dumpfiltered one, maybe using
the output files of the incremental backup as a post-commit-hook script.
Changing between the original and the dumped repository is only a matter
of seconds (to make a consistent change).

- Matthias

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Received on Wed Nov 30 16:10:36 2005

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