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Re: Rescuing a repository

From: Marc Haisenko <haisenko_at_webport.de>
Date: 2004-05-14 14:08:58 CEST

On Friday 14 May 2004 13:37, Jan Evert van Grootheest wrote:
> Marc,
> You could at least dump the rest of the repository using -r!
> You'd only lose one revision.
> -- Jan Evert

Thanks for the idea, you mean like:

svnadmin dump -r 0:335 /export/rescue >dump.0:335
svnadmin dump -r 337:HEAD /export/rescue >dump.337:HEAD

leaving out 336... but how can I reimport these dumps into a working
repository again ?

Revision 336 contains three disk images of one of our products specifically
for three different customers (commit e-mails rule ;-)... so at least leaving
this revision wouldn't create "holes" in the sources, but still: this would
be the "everything else failed" method (that is, if it works at all, I don't
know whether these dumps can be imported back into the repository).


Marc Haisenko
Webport IT-Services GmbH
mailto: haisenko@webport.de
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