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RE: Disaster Recovery - Restoring a repository with lost revisions...

From: Karan, Cem \(Civ, ARL/CISD\) <CKaran_at_arl.army.mil>
Date: 2005-06-14 15:24:56 CEST

Sure. The method that I outlined was one that I remember seeing posted (in a far more condensed form) to the list from an earlier message by one of the developers. The method that I used in the past was even simpler; I deleted all the .svn directories in my working copy, and then imported that into my repository. The reason that I listed what I did is because it is what I understand the developer was saying you should do, and I defer to him in this case.

Anyone that wants to correct what I remember is more than welcome to jump in and make corrections!

Cem Karan

-----Original Message-----
From: Miha Vitorovic [mailto:mvitorovic@nil.si]
Sent: Tue 14-Jun-05 08:48 AM
To: Karan, Cem (Civ, ARL/CISD)
Cc: Tom McMillen; Subversion Users
Subject: RE: Disaster Recovery - Restoring a repository with lost revisions...

"Karan, Cem (Civ, ARL/CISD)" <CKaran@arl.army.mil> wrote on 14.06.2005

> Try this as an experiment (NOTE! I don't know if this will work, I'm
> just suggesting it as an experiment!)

I don't use subversion that long, so this is maybe a stupid question, but:
after you export (or maybe check-out) the head, wouldn't simply copying
your latest files (WC) over, and then commiting, work?


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