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Re: permanently remove files from repository

From: Alex R. Mosteo <alejandro_at_mosteo.com>
Date: 2004-12-16 14:41:56 CET

Richard Jolly wrote:
> On 16 Dec 2004, at 07:54, Johan Appelgren wrote:
>>> From: Richard Jolly [mailto:richardjolly@mac.com]
>>> I know this has been asked before [...]
>> http://subversion.tigris.org/project_faq.html#removal
> D'oh. Thanks.

Now, if someone could point to me any other option, because
svndumpfilter fails on me.

I have a quite large repo (about 1GB) and when trying to exclude a
single subtree of about 100MB, it says:

$ svndumpfilter exclude whatever <dump_file >filtered_file
Se hizo commit de la revisión 169 como 169.
Se hizo commit de la revisión 170 como 170.
Se hizo commit de la revisión 171 como 171.

However, just including that subtree works ok. I noticed it when trying
to split a repo in two. I could extract the interesting part, but then
could not remove it from the original repo.

All configurable ulimits set to unlimited.

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Received on Thu Dec 16 14:44:48 2004

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