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svn-hot-backup and restore question

From: Thomas Mandl <mandl.t_at_ikarus.at>
Date: 2007-04-19 17:59:36 CEST

hi all,
I wonder if you can help me with a svn backup and restore question.

a svn server (linux/subversion-1.2.3) is backed up every night using the
"svn-hot-backup" script, which is part of the svn distribution.

how can I do the following:

1) restore a full backup (done with svn-hot-backup script) to a different
svn server (using 'svnadmin dump repos' and 'svnadmin load repos' is
***not*** an option***). I have to test a disaster recovery plan (and in
this plan the svn server has crashed and the svn repository must be restored
from tape backups on a brand new server system).

2) do the same thing as unter 1), but with a different/new path for the
svnroot directory (using automount/autofs is ***not*** an option).

I was seeking for several days, but could not find any hints how to restore
a full backup which has been priviously done with svn-hot-backup.

many thanks in advance

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