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Re: relocate problem

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2010 21:53:45 +0000

On 13 March 2010 21:00, opto <kbuecher_at_optosolar.com> wrote:
> some long time ago, the repository was moved from server file:///buerok to
> file:///buerok1.
> TSVN was not used in the meantime.
> So to commit now, I think I need to do a relocate on my working copy,
> pointing to the new location of the repository.
> Tired the following on the machine which stores the repo. Relocate failed
> both with server bname, or just using the local drive and file name:
> Tortoise points to the fact that the new location is a sub-part of the old
> repo. That is nonsense, the server buerok does no longer physically exist.
> I can click ignore, get the message relocate successful.
> The subversion tab in explorer shows still the old repo location buerok...,
> so commits fail.
> What to do now? How to reconnect my working copy to the repo copy?
> Repo has been copied with explorer, so UUID shoukld be ok.

You need to make your description clearer. Are you talking about one
PC or two? What are you relocating? What do you mean by "Relocate
failed both with server bname, or just using the local drive and file
name". Tell us the steps you took and what error messages you got and
we may be able to help.


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