On 2/1/2012 9:26 AM, James Boden wrote:
> Earlier it was stated by Andy
>> Actually the Working Copies are automatically upgraded when "touched" for
>> the first time by the new version. The Repositories are NOT automatically
>> upgraded, but it's a manual step through svnadmin upgrade (which mean *you*
>> decide if and when to upgrade the repository).
> that the repositories could use the svnadmin upgrade. Would I still have to do a dump/reload if I did the upgrade?
Not required, but strongly encouraged. If your repository is large
(many gigabytes) and you have many users, the downtime for a dump/load
cycle can be problematic. But if you can afford to have the repository
down for a little longer than the time required to switch the server
from the old Subversion release to the new Subversion release, a
dump/load can give you many benefits - not the least of which is
repository sharding, to avoid having tens of thousands of revision files
in a single directory.
Now you know why many admins work late nights or weekends. :-(
David Chapman dcchapman_at_acm.org
Chapman Consulting -- San Jose, CA
Software Development Done Right.
Received on 2012-02-01 18:51:12 CET