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       svnadmin command repos-path [args]


       svnadmin is a tool to perform administrative operations on
       a Subversion repository.  A Subversion repository contains
       the  revision  history  of  a directory tree. The revision
       history includes file changes and log messages as well  as
       move and copy operations that were applied at some time in
       the past to the tree.  svnadmin operations  are  typically
       carried  out  by an administrator. The svn(1) tool handles
       operations for  normal  users  of  the  source  controlled


       create repos-path
              Create  a new, empty repository at repos-path.  For
              example, a repository can be created with the  com­

                        $ svnadmin create /var/svn

              Importing a source tree into the repository created
              above is possible with the svn(1) command :

                        $ svn import file:///var/svn . new_proj

       createtxn repos-path -rbase_rev
              Create a new transaction based on base_rev.

       dump repos-path [ -rlower-rev[:upper-rev]  ]  [--incremen­
              Dump the contents of  filesystem  to  stdout  in  a
              'dumpfile'  portable  format,  sending  feedback to
              stderr.  Dump revisions  lower-rev  through  upper-
              rev.  If no revisions are given, all revision trees
              are dumped.  If just lower-rev is given,  that  one
              revision  tree  is dumped.  A 'dumpfile' is used to
              convert between incompatible repository formats. If
              --incremental  is  passed,  then the first revision
              dumped will be a diff against  the  previous  revi­
              sion, instead of the usual fulltext.

       load repos-path
              Read a 'dumpfile'-formatted stream from stdin, com­
              mitting  new  revisions   into   the   repository's
              filesystem.  Send progress feedback to stdout.

       lscr repos-path path [ --copies ]
              Print,  one-per-line  and  youngest-to-eldest,  the
              revisions in which  path  was  modified.   Use  the
              --copies flag to allow this operation to cross copy

       rmtxns repos-path txn-name [ ... ]
              Delete the transaction(s) named txn-name.

       setlog repos-path -rrev file
              Set the log-message on revision rev to the contents
              of  file.   Be  careful with this option.  Log mes­
              sages are stored as revision properties.  The  his­
              tory  of  revision  properties  is not saved.  This
              command will permanently overwrite the previous log



svn r3206                  22 Sept 2002               svnadmin(1)

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