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Re: Tool to test two repositories after a dump/load

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 15:32:21 -0500

On Mar 18, 2008, at 11:43, Edi Stojicevic wrote:

> 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 ...

I don't know of a tool, but the size difference could be normal. The
repository format was changed in Subversion 1.4 to be more efficient.
Your 50GB difference may be the result of this greater efficiency.

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