On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 08:56, Michael j. Hudgins <mhudgins_at_us.ibm.com> wrote:
> I am new to Subversion and the version I am currently using needs to be upgraded. I received a request from a Project Admin
> Please upgrade our RNPHouse svn project repository to the new SVN format.
> We require this upgrade so that branches may be re-integrated.
> Currently, we are seeing the error message 'svn: Retrieval of mergeinfo unsupported by 'https://svn.xx.xxxxsource.xxx.com/svn/rnphouse'.
> Our repository is called rnphouse and is at https://svn.xx.xxxsource.xxx.com/svn/rnphouse
> I need direction as to how to correctly perform this task and any and all comments/suggestions will be greatly appreciated
You need to upgrade your server. The release notes(1) have good
instructions on doing so, make sure you read the instructions for each
version between where you are and where you're going to. You'll want
to do the full dump/load cycle(2) for maximum benefit, although it
will require more disk space (but only during the upgrade; you'll get
the space back when you delete the dumpfiles after you've completed &
verified the upgrade) and more time.
Since you're getting a message about mergeinfo, you're using at most
1.4 on the server and at least 1.5 on the client; get up to 1.6
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Received on 2010-08-30 15:36:31 CEST