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RE: Committing everything before dump/load ?

From: Roth, Pierre <pierre.roth_at_covidien.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 12:57:16 -0000

> > I have to move our SVN repos from an old 1.4.6 server fo a
> new 1.5.5
> > one.
> > All the working copies of my users are in the 1.4.6 format then.
> >
> > Before, shutting down Apache (closing the SVN connection), and
> > starting my dump/load process, do i have to ask them to commit
> > everything, unlocking files, etc... Or I just don't need to
> care about this ?
> If you just dump the repository and then reload it using
> 'svnadmin load --force-uuid' your users don't have to do anything.
> In this case subversion clients will only know the difference
> when they try to use new features communicating to the server.

Which kind of problem will the users encounter if I forgot to add the
--force-uuid ?


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