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Re: remote svn dump?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-09-26 14:58:02 CEST

On Sep 26, 2005, at 12:12, Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:

> Y=`svnlook youngest test`
> svnadmin dump -r $Y http://www.opensc.org/svn/test \
> |svnadmin load test
> that doesn't work, svnadmin dump only works on local directories.
> is there any alternative that works on remote repositories?


> so do you know a svn dump utility for http://?
> or any other suggestion for a simple backup of
> a public remote http repository?

svnadmin intentionally works only on local repositories.

You can use svnadmin locally to create a dump, and then put the dump
in a location where it's accessible by the web server, then access it

But you probably don't want your dump available publicly. You could
protect it with a password... But you probably also don't want to
send the same data over and over again—the dump won't change so much
from day to day. So something like rsync, which only transmits the
differences, would probably be more efficient.

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