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Re: losing revisions when migrating from etch to sarge

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-07 09:58:56 CEST

On 10/6/06, Zoran Kovacevic <z.kovacevic@func.nl> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am running subversion on Debian Etch and I need to migrate it to a
> Debian Sarge server. The subversion package is at 1.3.2-5+b1 and
> subversion-tools is at 1.3.2-5.
> From the svn manual, I think I should do a svnadmin dump on the Etch
> server and a load on the Sarge server.
> When I do the dump, I see revisions dumped up to 4834. However, the
> latest revision is 5557 (according to my repository browser). The same
> happens when I do a hotcopy. I can still commit to the repository, so it
> is working without any problems (well, except for that I can't migrate).

Are you sure you're not dumping from an old backup? If you're able to
update or checkout from revision r5557, then a dump should work too:
internally a dump is nothing more than a checkout of each revision
until HEAD...



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