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Svnadmin dump part of repository?

From: George Flaherty <George.Flaherty_at_sas.com>
Date: 2005-11-29 20:04:58 CET

I have a repository that has many project directories such as



I would like to migrate just a few projects from this existing repository into a new repository on a different machine. Is there a way to perform an svndump on just a directory within a repository? If it makes any difference, my existing repository is based on the BerkeleyDB and I am migrating to a FSFS based repository.

I tried the following:

 cat DumpFileOfEntireRepository.dump | svnfilter include projects/proj1 > prj1-dump.dump

*On a side note, my first 2 revisions (-r1:2) of "DumpFileOfEntireRepository" were corrupted for whatever reason, so this dump file is only from r3:531

When I try to load the "prj1-dump.dump" file I get the following
<<< Started new transaction, based on original revision 3
        *adding path: project/MATS ...svnadmin: File already exists: filesystem 'C:/usr/svngrp/db' transaction '1-3', path 'projects/MATS'

*Please assume proj1 == MATS


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