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Re: Upgrading from 0.37 and 0.32

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-09 14:31:20 CEST

John Locke wrote:

> 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?

The last db schema change happened at 0.34, so need to dump/load. I
can't think of any reason to change your apache or mod_authz_svn
configuration either. (Though mod_authz_svn now allows you to specify
repository names in section headers, a la [reposname:/path], when used
with SVNParentPath.)

> 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
> changes?

Not that I can think of.

> 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).


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