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Integrate multiple remote SVN repositories into a existing repo

From: Manjunath Kashyap <mail2manjukashyap_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 19:24:58 +0530


What is the best way to integrate remote svn repository into an existing
I have root access to both the servers.

RepoA ---Location A(The one which needs to be integrated) Size 90GB
MainRepo--LocationB(The existing repo) Size 500GB
      --IncomingMigration(Folder into which the Repo A contents are to be

I would like to integrate the Repo A into Main Repo so that the history of
all files in Repo A must be migrated into Main Repo.
Please let me know the best and efficient approach to accomplish this.

The close approach i found is as below,

1. *Login into Repo A svn vm and run svn –verify on the repository,
This is executed so that we make sure the repository is clean and

*2. Take a dump file of the complete repository. *

* This step can be processed in 2 ways,*

*· Run svnadmin dump on the repo in one go.*

*· Split the repo into multiple range, and run the svnadmin dump

*3. Copy the dump file generated into Main Repo.*

*4. Run svnadmin load dumpfile command on the MainRepo.*

Thanks in advance.
Received on 2014-08-20 15:55:32 CEST

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