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Re: Moving a repository

From: Thomas Recloux <thomas.recloux_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-13 15:15:10 CET

> Hi!

Hi

> I would like to move a repository from directory OLDDIR to NEWDIR on the same host. In
> the Red Book's chapter "Migrating a Repository" the move is realized with the dump
> operation.
>
> # svnadmin create NEWDIR
> # svnadmin dump OLDDIR > mydump
> # svnadmin load NEWDIR mydump
>
> I wonder if it is necessary to create a new repo and dump the repo's contents. Is it possible to just move the directory and switch the client's working copies?
>
> # mv OLDDIR NEWDIR

I think you do not nead to dump and load, a mv command will be OK.

Should do this offline, putting off your server.

-- 
Thomas Recloux
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