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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svnadmin load

Name

svnadmin load — Read a “dumpfile”-formatted stream from stdin.

Synopsis

svnadmin load REPOS_PATH

Description

Read a “dumpfile”-formatted stream from stdin, committing new revisions into the repository's filesystem. Send progress feedback to stdout.

Switches

--quiet (-q)
--ignore-uuid
--force-uuid
--use-pre-commit-hook
--use-post-commit-hook
--parent-dir

Example

This shows the beginning of loading a repository from a backup file (made, of course, with svnadmin dump ):

$ svnadmin load /usr/local/svn/restored < repos-backup
<<< Started new txn, based on original revision 1
     * adding path : test ... done.
     * adding path : test/a ... done.
…

Or if you want to load into a subdirectory:

$ svnadmin load --parent-dir new/subdir/for/project /usr/local/svn/restored < repos-backup
<<< Started new txn, based on original revision 1
     * adding path : test ... done.
     * adding path : test/a ... done.
…

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