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Re: restoring repository from backup

From: Ramón <ramonzamora_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-06 04:42:01 CEST

Stefan Küng escribió:
> 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.
> Stefan
your suggestion worked very good
thank you

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