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Re: transferring a repository to a new repository which I have no admin access to

From: Ryan Schmidt <tigris-2009_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 20:37:01 -0600

On Dec 29, 2008, at 18:59, Mark Farnell wrote:

> I have a local subversion root (source_svn) and I want it to be
> transferred to a remote destination empty repository (dest_svn) which
> I have no admin access to.
> I have already created a dump by:
> svnadmin dump source_svn > source_dump
> from my understanding, the dump contains info about each commit
> from revision 0.
> Without admin access (I can't ssh to the remote machine containing to
> dest_svn), how can I "replay" the each commit of my source_svn to the
> destination?

Since the remote repository is empty, you can use svnsync to replay
the revisions from your local repository to the remote one.


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