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RE: Can I copy a repo with a simple 'cp -r'?

From: Dale Hirt <dale_at_sbcltd.com>
Date: 2005-09-29 19:59:28 CEST

I admit to being cautious. I also have about 3 years of code history that I have in my repositories as a general rule.

And for the record, I use both Linux and Windows, and it just is easier to deal with "dump and load" rather than "move, hope to heck all permissions are the same and that bdb doesn't hose my repository."

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Koning [mailto:pkoning@equallogic.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 10:53 AM
To: Dale Hirt
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: Can I copy a repo with a simple 'cp -r'?

>>>>> "Dale" == Dale Hirt <dale@sbcltd.com> writes:

 Dale> Paul, Yes and no. If I have a computer, "condor", and I am
 Dale> running winxp on it, and I want to move my repo, I can simply
 Dale> move the entire folder and nothing bad happens. If I want to
 Dale> move it over to "blackbird", then I would do a dump and load,
 Dale> no matter what OS or version of svn was on "blackbird".

I understand that's your operating model; my point is that this seems
more conservative than necessary, if you can verify that the same
software is running on both ends. At least with Linux that seems to
work; it may be that with Windows the more cautious approach is best.


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