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From Markus Schaber <>
Subject AW: Recreate SVN DB
Date Wed, 02 Jul 2014 07:11:36 GMT
Hi, Patel,

I'm sorry I cannot directly help you.

Your case is a rather complicated one.

There are companies which offer commercial support including hex-editing broken repositories.

Amongst them are Elego, and WanDisco - you may contact them to ask for help in
your case.

(I'm not related to any of those companies, and my employer does not offer this kind of services.)

Best regards

Markus Schaber

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Von: Saurabh Patel [] 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 26. Juni 2014 20:31
Betreff: Recreate SVN DB


I really need some help!! I accidentally deleted my Repository folder. I have a backup of
it from last year, and have a incremental backup of it as well. Unfortunately my backup system
had problems and so the only thing I could retrieve from the most recent backup was the "db"
folder which has the revprops and rev folder and current file. Under the revprops and rev
folders, I notice the files in there are from 825-891. My backup from last year has files
from 0-816. So I'm missing files 817-824. Now I can open my last year's backup just fine using
Repo-Browser, but can't seem to open the most recent backup as it only has the db folder.
Is there a way I can merge all these files together without the missing files? I use Tortoise
SVN 1.7. Please help. Any help or advice is really appreciated.

Thank you,
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