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Re: How to import a local repository to a remote location?

From: Stefan Langer <mailtolanger_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2006-12-14 09:53:51 CET

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Dec 13, 2006, at 11:43, Stefan Langer wrote:
>> I have a local repository which allready has a history. Now I want to
>> move this repository to a new location. Unfortunatly I do not have
>> file access to the remote repository. I can access it remotly but I
>> am not able to run svnadmin load to import a dump file into the
>> repository.
>> Are there any tools out there that allow me to move the repository
>> from my local location to the remote location without having to
>> access the repository at the file level?
>> I guess what I'm looking for is a svnclient that is able to checkin
>> each revision one at a time and this in an automated fashion.
> Sorry, I've never heard of any such thing. Get file-level access to
> the remote repo and use svnadmin load, or provide your dumpfile to
> someone who does have file-level access to that repo and have them run
> svnadmin load.
If I could get access I wouldn't be asking this question :-( But thank
you for your help.


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