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RE: Remote Datasource of my repository

From: Venkata Badipatla <venkata_badipatla_at_persistent.co.in>
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 17:13:44 +0530

Hi,

You can back up the SVN repository using the "svnadmin dump" command. This dump file is platform independent. You can restore it back using "svnadmin load" command in any platform.

Dump Command: svnadmin dump /location/of/the/repository > dumpfilename.dmp

Before restoring the SVN repository, we have to create repository using "svnadmin create"

Restore Command: svnadmin load /location/of/the/repository < dumpfilename.dmp

Note: If you are using Collabnet 1.6.x or above, we have to change the ownership of the repository as CSVN
Chown -Rf csvn:csvn repository_name

Thanks,

Venkata Badipatla | Systems Engineer - PMSG (Professional & Managed Services Group) | Persistent Systems
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From: Juan Jesús Cremades Monserrat [mailto:relicary_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 4:59 PM
To: users_at_subversion.apache.org
Subject: Remote Datasource of my repository

Hi!!

I've created a Virtual Machine with a Subversion Server. Until Now, the content was stored in the same VM but my boss want the data out of it because security. There's some meaning to move this data? Thanks!

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