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Re: Log Recovery

From: Nicolai Scheer <scope_at_planetavent.de>
Date: 2007-07-26 20:39:08 CEST


Kip Warner schrieb:
> I am going to try doing a raw search through the drive by dumping a whole image
> via dd. Assuming the log was still there somewhere, what would I be looking for
> structure wise? Is the commit log just a plain text file that is continuously
> appended in the repository? Is it buried in FS / Berkley DBs?

I do not know the structure for Berkley DBs.
If you were using FS, then the log messages are kept in plaintext under
the db/revprops folder in the repository structure. Each revision has a
single file there, containing the revision's properties.
Among those you can find svn:author, svn:date and svn:log.

Good luck!



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Received on Thu Jul 26 20:38:11 2007

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