> I am trying to move a Subversion repository from one server
> (running Windows
> XP Professional SP3) to another (running Linux Debian 5 Lenny)
> The first server (on Windows) actually has Subversion installed
> through a
> VisualSVN GUI interface.
> The second server has Subversion version 1.5.1 installed from
> Debian packet
> (as it is the latest stable version provided by Debian).
> I first tried to just copy the directory from the first computer to
> second one, and check if it works.
> But unfortunately, when trying to checkout the repository content,
> I got the
> following error message :
> "Format de stockage attendu entre '1' et '3' ; format trouvé '4'"
> (so in English, something like "Expected storage format between '1'
> and '3',
> found format '4'")
> Seeing that, I completely deleted the repository that I just
> copied, and I
> tried again, creating a new empty repository and moving using
> dump" on the first computer, and "svnadmin load" on the second one.
Can you run svnadmin --version in the same pwd that you did the load to see what version of svnadmin you are running.
> But, more surprisingly, when trying to checkout, I still get this
> very same
> error message .... !!!???
> So I ask the question :
> How can I move repositories between computers running different OS,
> different versions of Subversion and different repository formats ?
> Is there any mean to convert a repository from one format to
> another ?
> And also :
> What are the actual formats identified by the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4
> (and maybe
> 5, 6, etc) ??
> Best regards,
Received on 2010-11-04 21:26:12 CET