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Re: User Error: Imported into the wrong repository

From: Josh Blair <josh.blair_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-22 16:19:32 CEST


Thanks for the tip, that all worked.

I have a related question:

What if this happened and others committed after my erroneous import? Could
you dump -r1:63, load it into a new repos, dump -r70-100, and then load that
into the new repos? Essentially loading 2 dump files with revision gaps...
This kind of sounds like that svndumpfilter does.


Josh Blair
Golden, CO
On 6/21/07, Nathan Fiedler <nathanfiedler@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm no Subversion expert, but one possible solution would be to dump and
> load the repository. At least that's what the FAQ says:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#removal
> 1. Backup everything.
> 2. svnadmin dump path/to/repos -r 1:63 > dump.out
> 3. svnadmin create newrepos
> 4. svnadmin load newrepos < dump.out
> That syntax may not be quite right for Windows, but I don't have a Windows
> machine on which to try this. Ultimately, you can rename newrepos to the
> desired name and remove the old one.
> Good luck.
> n
Received on Fri Jun 22 16:19:31 2007

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