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Re: Problems dumping a directory tree and then loading into fresh repository

From: James Lamanna <jamesl_at_appliedminds.com>
Date: 2005-08-23 19:13:16 CEST

James Lamanna wrote:
> Joshua Varner wrote:
>> On 8/18/05, James Lamanna <jamesl@appliedminds.com> wrote:
>>> Not sure if this ever got through...sending again....
>>> I have a directory tree that I'm trying to dump from one repository and
>>> then load in to a new repository.
>>> I've extracted all the pertinent revisions by parsing an svn log of the
>>> path, and now I'm running dumps and loads over all the revision ranges.
>> . . .
>>> Any help?
>>> The server version is 1.1.4 (r13838)
>> Could you send an exact transcript of the commands you are using?
>> This is not enough information to be able diagnose the problem.
>> The only thing I can guess is that you are using --incremental, but since
>> you are skipping around certain revision numbers, you may have missed
>> the revision a file was added in. But that is a WAG.

The dump was created with:
svnadmin dump
/export/repositories/ami |
svndumpfilter include --drop-empty-revs TouchTable TouchTableSDK |
svndumpfilter exclude --drop-empty-revs
TouchTableSDK/Comments TouchTable/branches/demo/n > ttdumpfile4

This was then loaded into a brand new repository.

I've attached a gzipped log from doing the load.


James Lamanna

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Received on Tue Aug 23 19:35:42 2005

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