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Old 07-30-2012, 05:15 PM   #1
piradeep
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Retore Backedup data - SVN


Hi Friends,

I need to reload my backed up data to SVN server. I took a backup of revs/revprops folders from my old SVN server through WinScp.

The older version of SVN has files named in the revision, inside revs/revprops. But, the newer version has a folder named in the reviwion and the file inside.

I am now stuck here as I need to create a folder for each revision file. There are more than 1000 files. I need your help guys.
 
Old 07-30-2012, 06:34 PM   #2
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Hi Friends,
I need to reload my backed up data to SVN server. I took a backup of revs/revprops folders from my old SVN server through WinScp.

The older version of SVN has files named in the revision, inside revs/revprops. But, the newer version has a folder named in the reviwion and the file inside. I am now stuck here as I need to create a folder for each revision file. There are more than 1000 files. I need your help guys.
Help with what? You've got a backup, and want to restore it...of COURSE it's going to have the old versions of things in it, and in different places. You can try to restore it to a different SVN server instance or location, and pull out what you need, then merge that back in with your current structure.

But there is no automatic way for the computer to 'know' what folder structure you want, or how you want things laid out..that's up to you.
 
  


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