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From Ryan Schmidt <subversion-20...@ryandesign.com>
Subject Re: Unify Multiple Repositories, then switch?
Date Fri, 01 Oct 2010 21:36:14 GMT

On Oct 1, 2010, at 16:20, Andrew N Marshall wrote:

> 
> I'm trying to merge multiple Subversion repositories into a single repository without
too much hassle on my users.
> 
> I did roughly the following:
> 
>> svnadmin dump old_repo>  old_repo.dump
>> svnadmin load combined_repo --parent-dir old_repo_path<  old_repo.dir
>> cd old_working_dir
>> svn switch http://server/combined_repo_root/old_repo_path
> svn: Repository UUID '47910ef9-e52f-470c-a5c0-0a25e3386063' doesn't match expected UUID
'4b1b6bb6-f4d7-4649-9891-0302873c425d'
> 
> 
> I also tried...
> 
>> svn switch --relocate http://server/old_repo_root http://server/combined_repo_root/old_repo_path
> svn: The repository at 'http://server/combined_repo_root/old_repo_path
> ' has uuid '47910ef9-e52f-470c-a5c0-0a25e3386063', but the WC has '4b1b6bb6-f4d7-4649-9891-0302873c425d'
> 
> 
> So switch doesn't work the way I expected, and obviously I can't make multiple old repos
share the same repository id. What are my alternatives to perform the switch?

Users must check out new working copies.


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