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Re: Repos on Linux (RH9), want to view offline on Windows

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-05-24 13:36:29 CEST

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On May 23, 2006, at 23:32, Britain Crooker wrote:
>>> Being able to copy the whole repository in one go would be
>>> faster and quite convenient and I'm not sure why it's not
>>> working. But you wouldn't necessarily need a dumpfile of the
>>> repository to be able to transfer it that way. You could do
>>> it all at once in a pipeline, I would expect.
>>> svnadmin dump $MAINREPO | svnadmin load $MYREPO
>> Thanks, but doesn't look like that statement would work in my case
>> (attempting to replicate a Linux-based subversion repository to a
>> Windows-based laptop).
> Sorry, you're right -- I forgot svnadmin works on filesystem paths,
> not network URLs. Unless maybe you can somehow mount the server's
> repository to the laptop over a fileshare of some sort. But that may
> be asking for trouble.

You can SSH to the Linux system to run the command, like this:

    ssh linuxhost "svnadmin dump $MAINREPO" | svnadmin load $MYREPO

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