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Re: Machine hosting repository given new IP... can't commit

From: Paul Koning <Paul_Koning_at_dell.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 12:15:24 -0400

>>>>> "svn" == svn <svn_at_celticblues.com> writes:

 svn> I have a repository located on a machine in our facility. When
 svn> the original repository was created the machine was setup with
 svn> DHCP. Since the repository was created, it has been assigned a
 svn> static IP, which is different than the one under which the
 svn> repository was created. When I tried to commit my changes a few
 svn> minutes, I get an error message saying there was no route to
 svn> host/connection failed of course... How do I correct the
 svn> situation, i.e. make my machine point to the same repository,
 svn> which is on the same machine, but with the new IP?

"svn switch -relocate" is the tool for this -- check the docs.

Also, DNS is your friend...


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