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RE: Lack of Subversion repository recovery tools

From: Hernán Martínez Foffani <hernan.martinez_at_ecc.es>
Date: 2007-07-09 12:02:17 CEST

>>> Are you using svnsync or any of the incremental backup procedures,
>>> and if so, do they detect the problem on the next run?
>> Hi Les,
>> No, we've only used svnadmin dump and verify.
> I'd think the best approach would be for these tools to include an
> integrity check on the repository and a way to rebuild it from the
> backed up copy if there are problems.

Uh... I've got lost here.

I always thought that if "svnadmin dump" finished its
work without any errors that would mean that the repository
is in good shape and that you can always rebuild it the
hole thing by using "svnadmin load".

Do you mean there's a chance that a succeful dump could
lead in an aborted load?


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