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RE: Incremental LOAD

From: Jim Sokoloff <jim_at_sokoloff.com>
Date: 2007-05-22 12:24:43 CEST

(assuming you want a contiguous subset of
revisions, follow this:)

While there is no incremental option for load,
the format of the dump files is intentionally
human-readable, and if you're even remotely
careful, human edittable.

Just chop out the revisions you want from the
dump file into a new dump file and load that.
It's fairly clear where one revision starts
and another ends.

You could also load the whole thing into a
new repository and dump it selectively, but
that's more work, IMO.

(Assuming you want to only exclude or
include a subset of the paths, follow this:)

man svndumpfilter


>> From: Remo Liechti [mailto:remo.liechti@swisslog.com]
>> Hi everbody
>> I have a dump file which was produced with "svnadmin dump".
>> My problem is I need to load just some revisions out of it. I
>> did not find any help in the internet how an incremental LOAD
>> can be done.
>> Do you know anything about it?

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