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From "Anil Bakshi" <Anil.Bak...@aptaracorp.com>
Subject RE: Parmently removing directory from server to make space
Date Thu, 04 Apr 2013 05:57:17 GMT
Hi Olli,

Thnaks for your support.

I ran into one small issue.

I need to know the folder structure of my dump file. Is their any
command to know that.

For example, my root directory is /E_Learning/Development/

I need to know the folder structure inside Development folder.

I cannot check it through tortoiseSVN because I have deleted few folders
from their and I need to know those deleted folders name.

Regards,
Anil Kumar Bakshi
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-----Original Message-----
From: olli hauer [mailto:ohauer@gmx.de] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:31 PM
To: Daniel Shahaf; users@subversion.apache.org
Cc: Anil Bakshi; Stefan Sperling; Grierson, David
Subject: Re: Parmently removing directory from server to make space

On 2013-03-26 12:25, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> Anil Bakshi wrote on Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 16:37:25 +0530:
>> So I will go with your suggestion: svndumpfilter exclude
>> /E_Learning/Development/Project1  < repo.dump > filteredDump.dump
>>
>> Please correct me. 
> 
> You might try this command:
> 
> % grep -a '^Node-path:' < repo.dump | head
> 
> to see what paths inside the dump file look like.
> 
> .oO ( maybe we should have an 'svndumpfilter info' command?  I suppose

> it could basically cat the dumpfile, except: file reps would be 
> omitted; dir reps would be omitted (unless we figure out something 
> sensible to dowith them, eg "5 children"); properties would be omitted

> (but in the future we could list propnames or propnames and 
> propvalues). )
> 


Here the script normalize-dump.py (in the svn tar file) comes is really
handy. From my own experience with big dumps it is ways faster to
process the dump with this script and then grep for
Node-path/Node-copyfrom-path.


Additional hint for Windows users:
 run svndumpfilter this way: python -u $path/svndumpfilter.py

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