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RE: Hod to I upgrade safely?

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2009 12:05:06 -0400

> I am currently using subversion 1.5.6 with Tortoise 1.5.9. All of the
> files are in one repository file:///C:/svn_repository/
> I want to update my system to svn/Tortoise 1.6.3 but I am a bit worried
> about the fact that my files will all be upgraded to 1.6 automatically
> and then everything will be screwed up.
> So, do I upgrade SVN first, reboot and then upgrade Tortoise? If not
> then what is the best way to do this?
> I have taken backups of my repository and all of my project folders.

The repository will NOT be automatically upgraded. The working copies will be the first time you touch them with a 1.6 client.

Since you are using a file repository you can keep it at its current version and use 1.6 clients.

I would install svn 1.6... use svnadmin upgrade to bring your repo up to 1.6.3... (no reboot needed) Then upgrade TSVN to 1.6.3 and update/cleanup/update all your WCs... that should work fine.



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