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Tool to test two repositories after a dump/load

From: Edi Stojicevic <estojicevic_at_debianworld.org>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 16:43:13 +0000


I have 103 repositories that I dumped/loaded to a new server using this
command :

svnadmin dump repo | ssh -C svnadmin load repo

Everything went fine but when I checked the size of everything I have a
difference of near 50Gb missing on the target.

On the source I have a Debian server with :

    subversion version : 1.3.2-5
    Filesystem : xfs

On the target Redhat with :

    subversion version : 1.4.2-2.el5
    Filesystem : ext3

For now I checked two repositories only and I have the same number of
revisions and the same number of files which is nice for now.
But I would like to know if there is a tool or something to provided
some more tests on the data to be sure that nothing has been corrupted
like md5 checksums by example.
Do you know any tool, perl module to do that ?

Any other advice is welcome ...


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