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RE: Mixing client / server versions?

From: Vitaliy Sholokhov <vsholokhov_at_marvel.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 16:57:37 -0500

We've had problems with the upgrade. When I've updated all clients
(tortoisesvn) to 1.5.* and upgraded svn server itself to 1.5.*, while
keeping the actual repositories at version 1.4.*, all clients constantly
get the same error:

"Repository moved permanently to ''; please

This hasn't been resolved up until now. I haven't updated the actual
repositories to 1.5.* yet and tested this case scenario against that.

-----Original Message-----
From: Convey, Christian J CIV NUWC NWPT
Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2008 11:10 AM
To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Mixing client / server versions?

I'm considering upgrading my Subversion *server* from version 1.4.3 to
something newer in the 1.5.x series.

My repositories are currently being served by a 1.4.3 server, and
most/all of the users are probably using svn clients from the 1.4.x
series. My users currently have repositories checked out.

Does anyone know if this will cause any problems with the current
repositories, currently checked-out files, or older versions of
subversion client that presently work okay with my 1.4.3 server?



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