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Re: Recovering corrupt repository

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-04 15:49:57 CET

"Dale Peakall" <dale@peakall.com> writes:
> Next I gave 'svnadmin dump' a go and got the file-system is corrupt
> error again after dumping a fair number of revisions. I think that this
> has got all but commit that was in progress at the time of the crash in
> it, but can't be completely sure as I don't pay much attention to the
> revision number returned.

Can you look at the revision dates (see the svn:date property on
revisions in the dumpfile) to determine if you got them all?

> Will this dump be valid, or will the corrupt filesystem thang have made
> a mess of the dump file that needs to be resolved by specifying the
> revisions to dump?

If you know the last complete revision N in the dumpfile, just run
'svnadmin dump -r0:N', that should produce a clean dumpfile.

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