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Re: svnsync failing issue

From: Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name>
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 01:11:48 +0300 (Jerusalem Daylight Time)

Are you sure there is no error? Nothing on stderr?

I can't investigate r1286 of that repository from here (it wants

Garrett McGrath wrote on Tue, 15 Sep 2009 at 16:28 -0400:
> I'm writing this in hopes that I can solve a problem I've been having
> with a repository I am trying to migrate to google code.
> Specifically we would like to migrate a portion of our old repository
> out to google code as it's current a large shared work space that houses
> a critical software package as well as data utilized by a number of
> researchers.
> The current public repository area (and what we would like to extract
> out to a seperate repository) is located at:
> https://www.csbmb.princeton.edu/repos/distpat/trunk/mvpa/ and is at
> revision 3176.
> The server it's sourced off of is currently running SVN 1.4.0. As such
> I've also made a local dump / load copy to work with in 1.6.5, since
> updating the server svn is non trivial.
> I've done a number of sync commands based on google's recommended
> command line, targetting both my remote test repository and a local
> file:/// repository. However these syncs halt at revisions 1285 for
> reasons unknown.
> svnsync init --username (me)
> https://princeton-mvpa-test.googlecode.com/svn/
> file:///d:/Workingarea/distpat/trunk/mvpa
> Copied properties for revision 0.
> svnsync sync --username (me)
> https://princeton-mvpa-test.googlecode.com/svn/
> Committed revision 1.
> Copied properties for revision 1.
> ...
> Committed revision 1285.
> Copied properties for revision 1285.
> I've also explored trimming out the relevant areas using svndumpfilter
> but had no luck due to the svn cp commands from outside the filter
> area. I've seen a number of small listings here and there for
> experimental replacement files for svndumpfilter that seem to have
> varying levels of success but nothing that engenders a huge amount of
> confidence. Is there any solution to this problem?
> -Garrett McGrath
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