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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svnadmin rmtxns

Name

svnadmin rmtxns — Delete transactions from a repository.

Synopsis

svnadmin rmtxns REPOS_PATH TXN_NAME...

Description

Delete outstanding transactions from a repository. This is covered in detail in the section called “Repository Cleanup”.

Switches

--quiet (-q)

Examples

Remove named transactions:

$ svnadmin rmtxns /usr/local/svn/repos/ 1w 1x

Fortunately, the output of lstxns works great as the input for rmtxns :

$ svnadmin rmtxns /usr/local/svn/repos/  `svnadmin lstxns /usr/local/svn/repos/`

Which will remove all uncommitted transactions from your repository.


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