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Re: Clarification in Subversion

From: Hari Kodungallur <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2009 23:18:21 -0800

On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 11:00 PM, PIRAMANAYAGAM <nayagam-m_at_hotmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Hari,
> Thanks for your suggestion.
> I am currently in /backup/data/svnrepo
> I took the full dump using this command - svnadmin dump
> /backup/data/svnrepo/test/ > 1_23612_test_incr.dump
> From this full dump, I need a folder (incl. subfolders and files) which is
> located in \test\versions\projects\demo\D4.6. So, I execute the below
> command.
> cat 1_23612_test_incr.dump | svndumpfilter include --drop-empty-revs
> --renumber-revs test/versions/projects/demo/D4.6 > d46.dump
> Here also the d46.dump file size is 582 bytes. Could you please check am i
> using the right commands? Also, I hope you understand my requirement.

I am almost certain that the include path given to svndumpfilter is the
issue. You have to make sure the path is correct. Is "test/" part of the
repository. From the commands you are executing, it looks like test is the
directory where the repository exists and not a directory in the repository.

As I suggested in my previous email you can look at the dump file to get an
idea of the directory structure. For example you could grep Node-path. (cat
1_23612_test_incr.dump | grep Node-path.. you have a large dump file and so
the output of this command will also be huge and so use more
grep/awk/sort/head/tail or such to filter what you want).

Once you get the path right, I am pretty sure you will be able to get the
filtered dump file right.



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