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Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 01 May 2011 11:11:21 +0200

On 01.05.2011 09:32, Rajnish Kumar Singh wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> This sounds good... might be bit tedious to check out entire 15GB of
> data and then export. Rather can I use export directly from the
> repobrowser and store it in the shared folder? Will it make any
> difference?

Before this goes any further: why do you think that file numbers and/or
size of a repository can tell you whether somethings missing or not ok?
 From the size of your repository (15GB) I assume that repo was created
quite a few svn versions ago. If you never or rarely used dump/load when
you upgraded the svn version, then the whole repo was still in an 'old'
layout. Because some newer optimizations were only applied to new repos
when using dump/load.
For example, the sharding feature wasn't used in simple repo upgrades,
only with dump/load.

Your repository could very well be just fine but now contains a few

Anyway: this question doesn't really belong on this mailing list since
it has nothing to do with TSVN. You will get much better help on the
right mailing list for this: the svn users list.


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