Re: Repository migration between different access methods
From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 14:12:42 +0100
2009/9/2 el_es <el.es.cr_at_gmail.com>:
This is a server question so it should really be asked on the
> 1) copy the repository files from the Windows machine to where I want to have
I'm not sure if the repository is portable between architectures. Best
> 2) set up server access in Tortoise and use it to import project(s) to the Linux
Not sure what you mean by this. Import is a client operation, but it
The proper way to do this is to use a dump/load cycle as described in
Once the new server is running you will need to relocate your existing
> The repository so far only hosts projects written by one man (me and my
Glad to hear that. Best to move the repository folder to avoid
> Of course I could do just import the project from working copy, or from export;
Not sure what you are thinking.
svnserve (svn://) is generally faster than apache (http://) and works
svnserve now supports SASL security, which should also be easy to set up.
But, setting up a linux server is definitely outside the scope of this
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