Split repository, keep history

Kamil91
Kamil91
Hi, I am looking for a possibility to split my repository into more parts and keep the history of it. Is there a way to reach the goal? I found a kind of solution for it, but I am not sure if it’s exactly what I am looking for. svnadmin dump myRepo > /tmp/myRepo1.dump Svndumpfilter include myRepo1 --drop-empty-revs --renumber-revs < /tmp/myRepo Svnadmin create myNextRepo Svnadmin load myNextRepo < /tmp/myRepo1.dump Thank you in Advice for hints! Regards Kamil.

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orbrey
orbrey
From what I can see you've pretty much got it - that should work fine. There's a pretty in depth article here: [url]http://www.mugo.ca/layout/set/print/Blog/Splitting-a-Subversion-repository-into-multiple-repositories[/url] that goes into a lot more detail, though the formatting isn't great - hope it helps though, if you need more detail on it.
willholt627
willholt627
[FONT=inherit]I'm not sure I'm afraid, you'd be better going to IBM and asking them if their product offers Subversion support? Having said that, if the source is just saved in a folder it'd be easy enough to turn that into a working copy and commit it to a repository - the IBM program would notice no difference, assuming it would ignore the .svn folder that gets created.[/FONT] [FONT=arial][url=http://www.test-king.com/ ]testking HP0-Y50[/url][/FONT]

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