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Re: How to remove *latest* revision(s) from repository?

From: Bob Proulx <bob_at_proulx.com>
Date: 2005-08-07 21:30:19 CEST

Holger Stratmann wrote:
> However, I'm only talking about the *lastest* commit (the latest n
> commits), so it's pretty much a "rollback commit" and shouldn't have any
> side effects (somebody just committed something they shouldn't have and
> it's really big and I don't want to have it there!!!). The number of
> affected working copies is not significant (pretty much just one).

Use something like:

  mv /path/to/repository /path/repos.old
  svnadmin dump -r0:12345 /path/repos.old | svnadmin load /path/repos

Read this section of the book.


Search the mailing list archives for "svnadmin" "dump" and "load" and
you should fine various examples. This is a very similar problem to
the one of changing underlying database formats.


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