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Restoring incremental backups with revisions missing

From: Rachael Russell <rachael.russel_at_flightcentre.co.uk>
Date: 2005-05-05 11:42:58 CEST


Does anyone know if it's OK to build a repository from a number of
incremental dumps, with revisions missing?
On trying to dump out my broken repository, there are a few revisions that
throw errors (snv: no copy with id 'x' in filesystem... ), so i've just
skipped those and created another dump starting from the revision after
the broken one (as the repository is all corrupted, doing a verify just
returns my nice Berkeley DB errors....!)

So when I go to restore these dumps, will that work OK? Really dont want
to loose too much history if possible!


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