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RE: Issues Loading a svn 1.4.2 dump on another server running 1.6.5 ?

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2009 10:31:01 -0400

>this "old repo" was dumped before the upgrade and loaded into the prod server that is still 1.4.2. We want to take the "prod server data" >that is 6 months newer than the orginal dump and puit is back onto the test serfver that was updated to 1.6.5 but still has the orginal 1.4.2 >repo on it.

That's not a problem. You can dump the 1.6 repo and load it on the 1.4 server.

>>I think you need to determine if there is really a valid REASON to do this. They do realize that 1.4 clients will still work with 1.6 >>repositories?

>This is my delima thay don't believe it, they are using SCCSVN 1.5.x and Tortoise 1.5.x and are afraid since it works with their 1.4.2 >Repository and Server that updating the server to 1.6.5 will somehow cause there svn apps to stop working.
Seeing is believing. They can certainly access a 1.6 server/repo with 1.5 clients. Why don't they just check out stuff from the 1.6 server and see?

Also, I don't understand why you have two servers with the same repository? Why not just have the test repo on the same server as the production repo?



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