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Re: relocate problem

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 22:34:49 +0000

On 14 March 2010 12:47, opto <kbuecher_at_optosolar.com> wrote:
> Sorry for being not clear.
> Old location for repo (as given in Explorer properties of current working
> copy): file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject (OS of  BUEROK was Windows XP).

This URL looks wrong. The format for a UNC path is
file://HOSTNAME/dir/... with the special case for localhost that you
can use file:///dir or file:///c:/dir

The format subversion uses for UNC paths has changed over time, so it
may just be enforcing a more rigid definition when you relocate.

BUT ... I very strongly advise NOT to use file:// protocol on a
network share. Set up a proper server process to avoid potential data
loss in future, for all the reasons outlined in this FAQ:



> Old computer Buerok is now out of service. The directory SVNRep has been
> copied to the new computer. It and its subfolders are now on drive I:
> I:\users\SVNRep\SVNdotproject ( in Vista business.)
> SVNRep itself is no repo (no conf  dav  db ... folders inside it).
> If I go to working copy, right click Tortoisesvn-> relocate, I get a message
> Asking: From URL (file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject ) to: here I can
> enter the new.
> Using the button to search for the directory, I select and it enters
> file:///I:/users/SVNRep/SVNdotproject into the to URL field.
> Pressing OK gives the following message:
>  it seems you are trying to relocate your working copy to a different path
> inside the same repository.
> From: file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject
> To  file:///I:/users/SVNRep/SVNdotproject
> A relocate is only needed if the path to a repository has changed.
> Changing to a different path inside a repositpry is done by a switch
> operation.
> more warnings....
> Do you really want to relocate Yes/No
> end of message.
> If I press yes, it confirms that it has relocated.
> But looking in subversion tab in explorer shows that there is still the repo
> address of BUEROK.
> The same happens if I include the new server name BUEROK1 into the to URL.
> On the other hand, the From and To URL are different, so one cannot be
> inside the other.
> Happens on Tortoisesvn 1.6.7 and 1.6.6.
> Do you have any idea what to do?

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