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SVN Help: Repository migration from one server to another

From: Krishnamoorthy <krishnamoorthy_at_gpslsolutions.com>
Date: Tue, 08 Sep 2009 18:27:09 +0530


We are in the process of having a single repository for multiple
projects. In our projects, we come across the following requirements. Is
there any possibility to achieve this without the loss of history?

1. Move a repository from one server space to another server without
losing the history. The target server is already populated with a
repository (not actually merging but moving). Here we need to move a
current working repository from its own server to another server as a
second project. While doing this, there is a risk of losing the history,
but we need to retain that. How to achieve this?
2. After moving the repository, we have two working copies for those two
projects (as stated above). But the issue is that we need to keep track
of revisions separately for each projects. Is this possible? If so,
please guide us to achieve this.

*Repository I* *Repository II* *Resultant Repository (I and II)*
/root/ /root/ PROJECT 1

        PROJECT 2




Thanks in advance.

S. Krishnamoorthy
Mob: +91 9600078273
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www.gpslsolutions.com <http://www.GPSLSolutions.com>
S. Krishnamoorthy
Mob: +91 9600078273
Office: +91 44 42922999
Ext: 903,904
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