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Svnadmin dump / load loowes lock information

From: Thompson, Graeme (AELE) <Graeme.Thompson_at_smiths-aerospace.com>
Date: 2007-04-19 14:27:00 CEST


I have noticed that when a repository is dumped using svnadmin dump and
them loaded into a fresh repository using svnadmin load it lost all of
the locking information.

Using svn 1.4.3 this be demonstrated with the following steps:

1. svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs testrepo
2. svn co testrepo
3. cd test
4. echo "My test" > testfile.txt
5. svn add testfile.txt
6. svn lock testfile.txt
At this point you will have a repository with 1 locked file in it.

Svnadmin lslocks ../testrepo

Now dump and reload the repository....
7. cd ..
8. svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs testrepo2
9. svnadmin dump testrepo | svnadmin load testrepo2
10. rm -R testrepo
11. mv testrepo2 testrepo

Now list the locks in the repository - all gone!

Svnadmin lslocks testrepo

Which can be confirmed with an svn status -u on the wc, it returns
broken as the lock status.

Is there anyhting that I am missing here?



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