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Re: svn relocate/move (repo not wc)

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-02-02 00:14:45 CET

On 2/1/06, Steve Rieger <riegersteve@gmail.com> wrote:
> am running outta space and need to move the repo,
> svn switch --relocate file:////usr/svn-etc file:///var/svn/etc
> svn: The repository at 'file:///var/svn/etc/etc' has uuid '974675a8-
> c30b-0410-8a05-83431ef311a2', but the WC has '4b58393f-330b-0410-bebe-
> a89525468735'
> so whats the proper way to move a repo that will not touch the wc.

You need to make sure the version of the repos in the new location is
IDENTICAL to the old one, including the UUID. If you are doing the
move via a dump/load, that means using the --force-uuid flag to
svnadmin load when loading into your new (empty) repository on the new
machine. If you're loading your data into an existing repository
(which by definition has a different UUID) you CANNOT migrate working
copies via switch --relocate, it simply will not work.


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Received on Thu Feb 2 00:17:26 2006

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