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RE: relocate with svn:externals

From: Scott Nicolson <Scott.Nicolson_at_cubic.com>
Date: 2007-03-19 04:24:56 CET

> Problem:
> Until recently, we had to use an explicit IP address to access our
> Subversion repository, because the server did not have a valid DNS
> entry.
> Some of our directories in the repository have svn:externals with a
> URL that points to another directory in the repository.
> Now, the server's IP address has changed, but it now has a valid DNS
> entry, so we can use the name rather than the IP.
> I have done a dump - modify - load cycle to convert these explicit IP
> addresses to names.

I am trying to do something similar but my modify seems to corrupt the
file and I cannot load into a new repository.

I am using svnadmin dump - hand modifying the externals to be a
different repo name (e.g. changing c:\Repository to C:\Repo) - svnadmin

The load throws the following error: "* editing path : Project 1
...svnadmin: Dumpstream data appears to be malformed"

Anyone got any hints?


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Received on Mon Mar 19 07:23:40 2007

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