On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 12:18:04PM -0400, Andy Levy wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 12:11, Ton Boelens <ton_at_tonsoftime.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am new to subversion. I would like to add a large number of files to
> > an empty repository with the following command:
> > svn import ~/righttree/ file:///mnt/data/svn -m "Eerste grote import"
> > The directory righttree and all it's subdirectories are read and it
> > looks like it is copying the files (13 GB). Then, after an hour or so
> > of listing filenames, the proces just stops.
> How long have you let it continue running? 13GB is a lot to import in
> a single shot, and there will very likely be long periods where
> nothing *appears* to be happening.
> > When I then do svn list file:///mnt/data/svn, I get no output.
> Because the import isn't complete yet.
> > Is there a way to enable logging of svn import? What can I do to
> > troubleshoot?
> What are you expecting to be logged? Try a smaller import first (1GB
> at most) and work up from there.
I have imported the directories in smaller portions and this worked
out. Also, I have decided to not import my foto's and mp3's in the
repo, because these files do seldom change.
After some experimenting with RapidSVN (Linux) and Versions (Mac OSX)
I now have a working setup.
I am now going to assign a replicated repository, that can serve as an
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