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Upgrading from 0.37 and 0.32

From: John Locke <mail_at_freelock.com>
Date: 2004-09-08 03:47:14 CEST


Sorry to trouble the list, but I've got a couple of servers running old
versions of Subversion, and just wondering what I need to do to update them.

The first is running 0.37, and makes use of the mod_authz_svn module.
Obviously, need to upgrade to take care of the security issues with this

I'm just wondering--do I need to change any of my configurations for the
upgrade from 0.37 to 1.1.0-rc2? Can I do the upgrade without
dumping/reloading the repositories? Any changes to the Apache
configuration or mod_authz_svn configuration necessary?

My other server is locked into a patched version of Apache 2.0.47, which
has meant it's been stuck at the 0.32.1 version of Subversion for quite
a while. I see that I need to do a dump/load for the new repository
format--other than that, does this upgrade require any configuration

Thanks for your help. I've been happily using and promoting Subversion
for a year and a half now--it's one of my mission-critical applications.
It also is the main topic of an entire chapter of my new book, Open
Source Solutions for Small Business Problems (chapter 9).


John Locke
_Open Source Solutions for Small Business Problems_
Published June 2004, Charles River Media
Manager, Freelock, LLC  http://www.freelock.com
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