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Re: dump / load on new server

Author markphip (OCN Member)
Full name Mark Phippard
Date 2012-02-23 04:53:38 PST
Message On Feb 23, 2012, at 7:42 AM, Michael Grant wrote:

> I'm trying to move my svn tree from an old server to a new one. The old server is using Collabnet's SVN Server 1.3.2. The new server is using Collabnet Subversion Edge 2.2.1.
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> I did an svnadmin dump on the old server into a file, then on the new server an svnadmin load. It loaded the data ok but I ended up with a double folder like:
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> svn://RepoName/RepoName/
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> What did I do wrong? How can I load it so it looks like svn://RepoName/?

SVN Edge does not create URL's that start with svn://

An SVN Edge server will create and manage repositories via http:// Did you try viewing the repository via the SVN Edge web UI?

Loading a repository would not alter the content of the repository. The Double name probably has something to do with how you configured svnserve to start. For example, if "RepoName" is the name of your repository on disk, and it also contains a root level folder with that name, then you would get this kind of double name. But for example, if you renamed the repository to "foo" then the URL would become /foo/RepoName because only one of these folders is coming from the content inside your repository.

Mark

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dump / load on new server mgrant0 (OCN Member) Michael Grant 2012-02-23 04:42:49 PST
     Re: dump / load on new server markphip (OCN Member) Mark Phippard 2012-02-23 04:53:38 PST
         RE: Re: dump / load on new server mgrant0 (OCN Member) Michael Grant 2012-02-23 05:39:56 PST
     RE: dump / load on new server mgrant0 (OCN Member) Michael Grant 2012-02-23 04:54:57 PST
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