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Re: moving repositories issue

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 22:26:19 +0000

2009/11/30 Ben <bhohman_at_ghplp.com>:
> We use VisualSVN to store our repositories and recently installed
> VisualSVN on a new file server and forgot to copy the svn-repos folder
> to the new server, so as a result we have different revision levels.
> The issue is I am getting a "could not read chunk size: secure
> connection truncated" when I try to update my local copy.

What do mean by "we have different revision levels"? Do you mean that
some people have committed to one server and some to another?

> Assuming VisualSVN follows the proper conventions for implementing a
> HTTP svn repository, what should I do?  I have the the last changes
> made locally on my system, should I copy the svn-repos folder from the
> old server to the new server.

This is a server problem. Why don't you ask on the VisualSVN mailing list?


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