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Re: How to move a repository from one server to another?

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-10-31 20:31:12 CET

Johnathan Gifford wrote:
> Um, do those if you want to move his working copy.
> To move a repository is another set of steps.

Read his post again. :)

1. He's using FSFS (platform doesn't matter, no need for dump/reload)
2. He's already copied the repo to a new server
3. The only problem he was having was the client (in a working copy!)
being confused, presumably because he did a "switch" without --relocate.

But if he'd been using BDB on a multi-user, differently architectured
machine you have some helpful tips.



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