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AW: Fw: Porting SVN Repository from Solaris Platform to SUSE Platform Retaining History & Rev #'s

From: Felix Gilcher <felix.gilcher_at_exozet.com>
Date: 2007-11-29 17:46:56 CET

The standard way of moving a repository around (svnadmin dump on the source, svnadmin load on the target machine) should retain all history.

Felix Gilcher
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Von: joseph.h.dayney@rrd.com [mailto:joseph.h.dayney@rrd.com] 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 29. November 2007 17:44
An: users@subversion.tigris.org
Betreff: Fw: Porting SVN Repository from Solaris Platform to SUSE Platform Retaining History & Rev #'s
Hi ALL, 
We have a Repository here, on a  Sun Solaris 9 Platform ... we want to port that over to a SUSE Platform but,  not LOSE all of the Revision History ...  ie Log entries  and Revision Numbers ,   etc .... 
I was looking around in the Docs and trying some tests and so far it seem that you lose the History ... ?   There must be a Utility out there that can do this, but so far I haven't stumbled upon it yet !    Does anyone know if there is such a utility or some other means to accomplish this task ?  Many thanks for your assitance ! 
Best Regards, 
Joseph H. Dayney | Software Engineer | RR Donnelley 
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