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Re: restoring repository from backup

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-01 22:08:03 CEST

Ramón Zamora wrote:
> hello
> i recently added a new hard drive to my machine and reformatted the
> old drives (operating system too), i backed up the folder that
> contains all my repositories the bad way =S, by just copying it to the
> backup drive.
> how can i get my repositories back to work? i've read the manual but i
> haven't found a way to get the repositories back into tortoise svn for
> the way i backed them up. the drive letter and the path are the same

Try running
svnadmin recover
on your repositories (svnadmin is part of the Subversion command line
client, available from subversion.tigris.org).
Maybe you have to check out your working copy again. But if the backup
is bad, your repository is bad too and you might not be able to get it
back, sorry.


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Received on Mon May 1 22:16:10 2006

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