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Re: pseudo-obliterate

From: Johannes Holzer <hl-svn_at_arcor.de>
Date: 2006-05-22 11:06:45 CEST

Am Montag, 22. Mai 2006 09:46 schrieb Noam Tamim:
> Hi,
> I have a file in subversion that should not be there, for security reasons.
> Can I somehow have its contents removed from the FSFS db? I don't mind if
> this requires some sort of manual editing, even hex-editor level editing of
> the repository. I just want the content removed (or overwritten with other
> content) from the repository.


1. backup repository
2. svnadmin dump REPOSITORY > dumpfile
3. edit the dumpfile (huge textfile)
4. rm -rf REPOSITORY # you have a backup, right???
5. svnadmin create REPOSITORY
6. svnadmin load REPOSITORY < dumpfile

BE CAREFULL. I have not tried exactly these command. I just wrote them down.

have fun!


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