This is quick guide, howto Backup (dump) and Restore (load) SVN (Subversion) repository on Linux. This is actually very simple and important task. SVN backup and restore is useful when you want to move your repos to new server or you need to recover your data. I assume here that you have Subversion (SVN) installed and you have existing repositories. If you installed and created testrepo with earlier guide then you can check real examples.
I just wrote guide, howto install SVN (Subversion) Server on Fedora, CentOS and Red Hat (RHEL). No I decided to write more information about SVN Access Control. This guide works if you have installed Apache, Subversion (SVN) and mod_dav_svn on any Linux system, like Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Gentoo, not only Fedora, CentOS or Red Hat (RHEL).
Setup SVN (Subversion) Access Control with Apache and mod_authz_svn 1. Change root user su - ## OR ## sudo -i 2.
This is guide, howto install SVN (Subversion) server on Fedora 31/30/29/28, CentOS 8.0/7.7/6.10, Red Hat (RHEL) 8.0/7.7/6.10.
What is SVN (Subversion)? Subversion is a free/open-source version control system. Subversion manages files and directories, and the changes made to them, over time. This allows you to recover older versions of your data, or examine the history of how your data changed. In this regard, many people think of a version control system as a sort of “time machine”.
This is quick SVN (Subversion) tip, howto remove added file from SVN repository without deleting file from local filesystem.
Remove File From SVN Repository and Keep Local File svn delete –keep-local path/to/file.example Real example:
svn delete –keep-local css/test.css Real world usage example Adding a whole directory add a file that was not intended to SVN reads, but should be retained locally. svn add css/ A css A css/testing_styles.css A css/style.