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Re: Restoring Dump File

From: Anthony E. Glover <gloverae_at_elmco.com>
Date: 2004-09-08 22:44:42 CEST

I already tried the full load before I read this message. It failed of
course with a message like:

<<< Started new transaction, based on original revision 1
     * adding path : oraapps ...svn: file already exists: filesystem
'/home/oasadmin/svnrepo/db', transaction 'i6', path 'oraapps'

My restored repository is at rev 334. My local sandbox was up to date at
revision 341 which should be in my dump file. So, how would I tell load
to only pull in revisions 335-341?


kfogel@collab.net wrote:

>Brian Mathis <bmathis@directedge.com> writes:
>>Skip the restore and just reload the dump file from the
>>beginning. Probably the easiest thing to do, though it might take a
>>little more time depending on how many revs there are.
>If you can't skip the restore, then make sure to load only the
>revisions from the dumpfile that were not already restored.
>Subversion will *not* automagically ignore the duplicates.

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