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Re: svn load failing

From: Jeff Cave <jeff.cave_at_sunergon.com>
Date: 2005-06-28 18:26:17 CEST

> The first question that occurred to me is: how did you
> create the new repository to load into?

Basically, I have a restore script that runs from the
backup folder. The script runs the "svn create" command:

    svnadmin create d:\svnrepo\thing\otherthing

My full process goes something like:
 1. Stop Server
 2. Backup all repositories (using "svn dump")
 3. Install new version of SVN
 4. Restore all repositories to a fresh folder
    - svn create <repo>
    - type <repoback> | svn load <repo>
 5. Rename new repositories
 6. Start Server

I know my backup and restore scripts work, as I have
used them a couple of times. I also tried running the
restores manually and found that I was experiencing
the same problem.

(sorry theo, I didn't mean to send this directly to
you the first time)

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