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RE: Database upgrade problem

From: Greg Adam <gadam_at_lancashiredigital.com>
Date: 2006-12-29 13:43:59 CET

marc gonzalez-carnicer wrote:
> hmmm, well. this does not provide any valuable information to me. i
> had problems of the "great" auto DB upgrade feature that silently
> makes your repositories unusable.
> the proper solution is to install a previous version of subversion,
> then run svnadmin dump. but there is a trick that can save you work :
> i was not able to install or compile an older version. since i use
> kubuntu, and development tools are not installed there by default, i
> found it would be easier to boot with a cdrom that contained an older
> subversion version. then i could perform the svnadmin dump.

Thanks for your help here. I'm quite happy to install an older version of
subversion, but I don't know which to install. Is there a way of working out
which version a repository was created with?

Also, is it possible to install old version using apt? I can build from
source by getting the file from the svn site, but apt is so much easier :)

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