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Re: Moving a subversion repository from one windows machine to another

From: jbeall <jbeall.nabble_at_heraldic.us>
Date: 2007-09-05 12:32:47 CEST

F.J. Weiland wrote:
> have you seen svnadmin dump?
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch05s03.html
> unless I'm mistaken, it is the "school solution" for migrating
> repositories from place to place in the situation you describe.

I hadn't seen that -- I'm a relative newcomer to Subversion, and there are
still lots of things I'm learning.

svnadmin dump and svnadmin load worked great. I've got the repository up
and running on the new machine.

I didn't try just copying the repository folder; I'm moving from a Vista
Business on an AMD Athlon to XP Pro on an AMD Sempron, both 32 bit, so I
suppose I probably would have been ok just copying the files -- but I'd
rather do it right and avoid even the possibility of some problems down the


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