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Change the svnserve URL

From: jborys <john_borys_at_comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 12:41:15 -0700 (PDT)

I have a multiple subversion repositories that were created by a predecessor.
The have no trunk, branches, or tags directories. The directory root is

I would like to create another repository in the same path but higher up so
I can create a distinctly new repository with multiple projects each
containing branches, trunk, and tags directories.

How do I change the svnserve root from
to /foo/bar/subversion/ ?

I would like to create a new directory under the subversion folder called
pfcRepository which will hold multiple projects with the appropriate
directories and retain access to the old repository until I am certain the
change has been successful. Then I will delete the repositories directory
and its subfolders.

I have purchased practical subversion, looked at the manual, and searched
the web. I can't find the exact command I need to move the URL on the same
server to a URL higher in the directory structure.

I was able to create this directory and use svndump and svnload to move the
project I wanted to move, but of course it can not be seen from my clients
because it is at the same level as the original repository root.

Your thoughts and comments are appreciated.

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