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Re: Dump then load ==> ancient version???

From: Jani Averbach <jaa_at_jaa.iki.fi>
Date: 2005-04-22 21:53:10 CEST

On 2005-04-22 12:14-0700, Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) wrote:
> Yes indeed, the original repository is up and running fine.
> And yes, this shocked us also. We've never seen this sort of thing before
> either. We'll try getting the file again, only this time not gzipping it,
> just bringing it over raw. (The annoying thing is that that other repository
> is in another building, quite a drive away, and on a seperate network. When
> we moved it directly, we brought a laptop over there and got it.)
> I'll let you know what I discover.

Few things which you might like to try:

1) What ever you use for transfering the dump file, generate a md5sum
   of dump file immidiately after dump, and validate it just before
   the load. This way you know that your split, gunzip, winzip et. al

2) Do you have a change to try to load the dump file on the original
   machine to the test repository? Does it work?

3) What if you dump/load your repository in several pieces, does this make
   any difference?

   svn dump -r0:X repo > repo-0_x.dump
   svn dump --incremental -rX+1:Y > repo-x+1_y.dump

BR, Jani

Jani Averbach    
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