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Remote svndump

From: Pavan Balaji <balaji_at_mcs.anl.gov>
Date: 2007-06-03 19:29:56 CEST

Hi all,

I have an SVN repository setup on a remote server to which I don't have
shell access, but can access the repository through apache webdav. I want
to backup my projects from the repository (in case the server fails).
However, it looks like svndump can only be used locally, and not remotely
(from my understanding it doesn't do any authentication and hence needs
to be on the local server).

My question -- is there anyway I can remotely create a backup of the
repository through webdav (including the history, of course), so that I
can recreate the entire repository, exactly as it was, at any later time?

Please CC me on your reply as I'm not subscribed to this list.

 -- Pavan

Pavan Balaji,
Mathematics and Computer Science,
Argonne National Laboratory
Ph: 630.252.3017
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Received on Mon Jun 4 22:48:45 2007

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