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

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-05-23 00:17:42 CEST

On May 22, 2007, at 17:10, Res Pons wrote:

>>> You'd think svn would have a command such as, "svnadmin
>>> newrepo..." to get svn to point to an entirely new folder
>>> structure., or is there? I can't find it.
>> No such command is needed. Your hotcopy *is* a complete
>> repository already. Just put it where you want it, and configure
>> svnserve or apache2 to point to it.
> If I made a hotcopy of one subversion installation repo and moved
> it to an entirely new server/environment, provided that the same
> version of svn is running, and unzipped the hotcopy to a folder and
> ran bunch of svn command successfully, such as svn info url,
> svnlook info path via file:///path method and the info output seems
> to be correct, do I still need to run svnserve or appache to load
> and server the repo for the purpose of migration only even if I do
> not wish to serve the repo to folks and clients?

If you don't want to serve the repository via svnserve or apache,
what do you want to do with it then?

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Received on Wed May 23 00:18:20 2007

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