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RE: Trouble accessing multiple repositories on the same server

From: Kevin M Green <kevin.green_at_smooware.com>
Date: 2005-12-19 14:54:44 CET


Thanks for your response.
I created a new folder c:\repos and I have successfully moved my original
repository \svn and the new repository \svn2 into it.

I then restarted svnserve with the -r c:\repos setting.
Everything is working with no problems.

However I have not reviewed the hook scripts for patch references.
I will do this asap.

Thanks again
-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2005@ryandesign.com]
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2005 5:14 AM
To: kevin.green@smooware.com
Cc: List Subversion
Subject: Re: Trouble accessing multiple repositories on the same server

On Dec 15, 2005, at 04:03, Kevin M Green wrote:

> 1. Can you simply move a repository from one folder to another? My
> first
> svn repository (C:\SVN) is active and has many files in it. The other
> (C:\SVN2) is new so I can recreate it in a different location such as
> c:\repos\svn2 with no trouble. But the first one has many files and
> I wonder
> if just moving it is OK. I rather thought there might be some
> references to
> the original location that could cause issues if files were moved
> and the
> references were not updated.

Yes, you can move a repository to a new location. The repository
files do not store their absolute path anywhere. You would need to
update your svnserve or apache configuration files to look for the
repository in its new location. If you've written any hook scripts,
you should check them as well for possible occurrences of the
absolute path to the repository.

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