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RE: svn dump & load continued

From: Res Pons <pons32_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-25 22:37:16 CEST

Erik

Thank you. The entire repo is huge and I did do a complete dump earlier
piping into svndumpfilter which caused another nightmare. Here's a question
for you: Can I use both options of 'exclude' and 'include' of svndumpfilter
simultaneously? I tried both options in the same command and the result
wasn't pretty. The instruction in the manual is sorta ambiguous as to
whether I can only use each option one at a time or at the same time. Do
you happen to know?

Thanks

----Original Message Follows----
From: "Erik Hemdal" <erik@comprehensivepower.com>
To: "'Res Pons'" <pons32@hotmail.com>,<users@subversion.tigris.org>
Subject: RE: svn dump & load continued
Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 16:09:04 -0400

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Res Pons [mailto:pons32@hotmail.com]
. . . .
> svnadmin dump myrepo -r 42710:HEAD > revs-42710-head.dumpfile
>
> Everything before & after the following error executes OK,
> please see error.
> Is there any solution, should I start my dump @42768 after
> the errors and
> will I be missing history, of course?
>
. . . .

* Dumped revision 42765.
> WARNING: Referencing data in revision 42647, which is older
> than the oldest
> WARNING: dumped revision (42710). Loading this dump into an empty
> repository
> WARNING: will fail.
> * Dumped revision 42766.
> * Dumped revision 42767.
> WARNING: Referencing data in revision 42708, which is older
> than the oldest
> WARNING: dumped revision (42710). Loading this dump into an empty
> repository
> WARNING: will fail.

Hello Res,

Here's a guess. It looks like part of your repository at R42710 (maybe in
one of the projects you don't care about) has a file that was last changed
at R42708. Since you're not backing up R42708, that file isn't going to be
retrievable: you'll have the delta at R42710, but you won't have the base
file you need.

I don't know whether you'll be able to retrieve the project you need,
because you can't know from this which specific files are affected.

Maybe if you take a complete dump and then use svndumpfilter you can do what
you want. In any case then, you'd at least have a complete dump to recover
from if your work goes bad for some reason.

Erik

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