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Re: What's the command for loading a new db

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-18 19:05:23 CEST

Res Pons wrote:
> Reposting: Any feedback or help on this?
> I have set up svn on a linux server and untarred a hotcopy of a another
> repo to a local folder, in /home/tmp/repo. Now I'm going to run
> svnadmin create /home/repo and will move everything from /home/tmp/repo,
> one level up to the newly created repo. Otherwise, I can't think of any
> other way to get the new installation of SVN, on a new server, to point
> to the untarred repo imported from another linux server. Any help is
> appreciated.

The generic way to move a repo is with svnadmin dump and svnadmin load
commands which will deal with version differences and allow you to move
the tree under some parent in the new repo. However if everything is
the same but the location, all you should have to do is untar your
hotcopy archive and adjust any scripts or server startup configurations
to use it.

   Les Mikesell
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Received on Fri May 18 19:04:49 2007

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