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Migration of svn repository from one server to another

From: <clive_at_SUNNYDAY.demon.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2009 10:35:19 +0100


I'm planning a Subversion repository move from one server machine to another. I've already determined that the repository doesn't contain any file path references to its location, meaning that it should be fully portable to its new location.

What I now need to be sure of, and I apologise if this is a rather basic question, is whether I need any svn agent or daemon running on the new server in order to successfully host the repository and allow svn clients to use it.

In the help files, I've seen references to 'svnserve' (possibly 'mod_dav_svn' too).

Do I really need these running on the server that'll be hosting the repository? I'm on a Windows workstation, and the repository will be on a Windows server. I don't need to be doing anything advanced, simply checking out and committing.

Very many thanks in anticipation for any help you can give.

Kind regards,

Clive Wilson


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