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Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author colonel32
Full name Robin Guest
Date 2011-05-01 02:24:58 PDT
Message Josh's suggestion only checks that HEAD is identical in both
repositories. Expand his procedure to test every revision between 1
and HEAD, and to check log messages too, and you'll get closer to a
useful test.

On 29/04/2011, Josh Reynolds <josh dot reynolds at eku dot edu> wrote:
> On 4/29/2011 9:36 AM, Rajnish Kumar Singh wrote:
>> Thank you Andy and Jean for your suggestion.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Rajnish K Singh
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy dot levy at gmail dot com]
>> Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 6:52 PM
>> To: users at tortoisesvn dot tigris dot org
>> Subject: Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in
>> different server.
>>
>> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 08:57, Rajnish Kumar Singh
>> <Rajnish.K.Singh@​kpitcummins.com> wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another
>>> server(B).
>>>
>>> Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
>>>
>>> I have used “svnadmin hotcopy” command to migrate the repository.
>>>
>>> Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the
>>> repository.
>>>
>>> These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
>>>
>>> On server A, Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
>>>
>>> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were
>>> more surprising.
>>>
>>> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn
>>> server
>>> manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every
>>> details.
>>>
>>> So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository
>>> on
>>> server B.
>> You can run svnadmin verify and fsfsverify.py to check the integrity
>> of your repository.
>>
>> What version of Subversion was your repository on server A first
>> created with? The FSFS back-end has evolved over time, so you will see
>> differences between a legacy (never upgraded) repository and a new one
>> that's been loaded from a dumpfile. Especially if you start packing
>> your sharded directories.
>>
>
>
>
> You can also check out a working copy from the old server, and the new
> server, export both of them to separate locations, and use a utility
> like windiff (http://www.grigsoft.​com/download-windiff​.htm) to compare
> the two resulting export directories. It will show you if any files are
> missing in either side of the comparison, and which are different.
>
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Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2011-05-01 02:11:43 PDT
Message On 01.05.2011 09:32, Rajnish Kumar Singh wrote:
> Hi Josh,
>
> This sounds good... might be bit tedious to check out entire 15GB of
> data and then export. Rather can I use export directly from the
> repobrowser and store it in the shared folder? Will it make any
> difference?

Before this goes any further: why do you think that file numbers and/or
size of a repository can tell you whether somethings missing or not ok?
 From the size of your repository (15GB) I assume that repo was created
quite a few svn versions ago. If you never or rarely used dump/load when
you upgraded the svn version, then the whole repo was still in an 'old'
layout. Because some newer optimizations were only applied to new repos
when using dump/load.
For example, the sharding feature wasn't used in simple repo upgrades,
only with dump/load.

Your repository could very well be just fine but now contains a few
optimizations.

Anyway: this question doesn't really belong on this mailing list since
it has nothing to do with TSVN. You will get much better help on the
right mailing list for this: the svn users list.

Stefan

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RE: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author Rajnish Kumar Singh <Rajnish dot K dot Singh at kpitcummins dot com>
Full name Rajnish Kumar Singh <Rajnish dot K dot Singh at kpitcummins dot com>
Date 2011-05-01 00:33:27 PDT
Message Hi Josh,

This sounds good... might be bit tedious to check out entire 15GB of data and then export. Rather can I use export directly from the repobrowser and store it in the shared folder? Will it make any difference?

Regards,
Rajnish K Singh

-----Original Message-----
From: Josh Reynolds [mailto:josh dot reynolds at eku dot edu]
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 11:59 PM
To: users at tortoisesvn dot tigris dot org
Subject: Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

On 4/29/2011 9:36 AM, Rajnish Kumar Singh wrote:
> Thank you Andy and Jean for your suggestion.
>
> Regards,
> Rajnish K Singh
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy dot levy at gmail dot com]
> Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 6:52 PM
> To: users at tortoisesvn dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.
>
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 08:57, Rajnish Kumar Singh
> <Rajnish.K.Singh@​kpitcummins.com> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>>
>>
>>
>> I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another server(B).
>>
>> Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
>>
>> I have used “svnadmin hotcopy” command to migrate the repository.
>>
>> Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the repository.
>>
>> These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
>>
>> On server A, Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
>>
>> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.
>>
>>
>>
>> When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were
>> more surprising.
>>
>> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.
>>
>>
>>
>> Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn server
>> manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every
>> details.
>>
>> So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository on
>> server B.
> You can run svnadmin verify and fsfsverify.py to check the integrity
> of your repository.
>
> What version of Subversion was your repository on server A first
> created with? The FSFS back-end has evolved over time, so you will see
> differences between a legacy (never upgraded) repository and a new one
> that's been loaded from a dumpfile. Especially if you start packing
> your sharded directories.
>



You can also check out a working copy from the old server, and the new
server, export both of them to separate locations, and use a utility
like windiff (http://www.grigsoft.​com/download-windiff​.htm) to compare
the two resulting export directories. It will show you if any files are
missing in either side of the comparison, and which are different.

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Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author Josh Reynolds <josh dot reynolds at eku dot edu>
Full name Josh Reynolds <josh dot reynolds at eku dot edu>
Date 2011-04-29 11:29:13 PDT
Message On 4/29/2011 9:36 AM, Rajnish Kumar Singh wrote:
> Thank you Andy and Jean for your suggestion.
>
> Regards,
> Rajnish K Singh
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy dot levy at gmail dot com]
> Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 6:52 PM
> To: users at tortoisesvn dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.
>
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 08:57, Rajnish Kumar Singh
> <Rajnish.K.Singh@​kpitcummins.com> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>>
>>
>>
>> I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another server(B).
>>
>> Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
>>
>> I have used “svnadmin hotcopy” command to migrate the repository.
>>
>> Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the repository.
>>
>> These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
>>
>> On server A, Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
>>
>> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.
>>
>>
>>
>> When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were
>> more surprising.
>>
>> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.
>>
>>
>>
>> Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn server
>> manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every
>> details.
>>
>> So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository on
>> server B.
> You can run svnadmin verify and fsfsverify.py to check the integrity
> of your repository.
>
> What version of Subversion was your repository on server A first
> created with? The FSFS back-end has evolved over time, so you will see
> differences between a legacy (never upgraded) repository and a new one
> that's been loaded from a dumpfile. Especially if you start packing
> your sharded directories.
>



You can also check out a working copy from the old server, and the new
server, export both of them to separate locations, and use a utility
like windiff (http://www.grigsoft.​com/download-windiff​.htm) to compare
the two resulting export directories. It will show you if any files are
missing in either side of the comparison, and which are different.

RE: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author Rajnish Kumar Singh <Rajnish dot K dot Singh at kpitcummins dot com>
Full name Rajnish Kumar Singh <Rajnish dot K dot Singh at kpitcummins dot com>
Date 2011-04-29 06:37:41 PDT
Message Thank you Andy and Jean for your suggestion.

Regards,
Rajnish K Singh

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy dot levy at gmail dot com]
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 6:52 PM
To: users at tortoisesvn dot tigris dot org
Subject: Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 08:57, Rajnish Kumar Singh
<Rajnish.K.Singh@​kpitcummins.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
>
>
>
> I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another server(B).
>
> Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
>
> I have used “svnadmin hotcopy” command  to migrate the repository.
>
> Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the repository.
>
> These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
>
> On server A,  Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
>
> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.
>
>
>
> When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were
> more surprising.
>
> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.
>
>
>
> Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn server
> manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every
> details.
>
> So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository on
> server B.

You can run svnadmin verify and fsfsverify.py to check the integrity
of your repository.

What version of Subversion was your repository on server A first
created with? The FSFS back-end has evolved over time, so you will see
differences between a legacy (never upgraded) repository and a new one
that's been loaded from a dumpfile. Especially if you start packing
your sharded directories.

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Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author levyam
Full name Andy Levy
Date 2011-04-29 06:22:32 PDT
Message On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 08:57, Rajnish Kumar Singh
<Rajnish.K.Singh@​kpitcummins.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
>
>
>
> I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another server(B).
>
> Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
>
> I have used “svnadmin hotcopy” command  to migrate the repository.
>
> Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the repository.
>
> These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
>
> On server A,  Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
>
> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.
>
>
>
> When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were
> more surprising.
>
> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.
>
>
>
> Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn server
> manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every
> details.
>
> So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository on
> server B.

You can run svnadmin verify and fsfsverify.py to check the integrity
of your repository.

What version of Subversion was your repository on server A first
created with? The FSFS back-end has evolved over time, so you will see
differences between a legacy (never upgraded) repository and a new one
that's been loaded from a dumpfile. Especially if you start packing
your sharded directories.

Re: some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author jeanmarc
Full name Jean-Marc van Leerdam
Date 2011-04-29 06:20:52 PDT
Message Hi Ranjish,

On 29 April 2011 14:57, Rajnish Kumar Singh
<Rajnish.K.Singh@​kpitcummins.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
>
>
>
> I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another server(B).
>
> Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
>
> I have used “svnadmin hotcopy” command  to migrate the repository.
>
> Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the repository.
>
> These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
>
> On server A,  Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
>
> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.
>
>
>
> When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were
> more surprising.
>
> On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.
>
>
>
> Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn server
> manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every
> details.
>
> So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository on
> server B.
>

As these questions concern the server side of Subversion, they are
best asked on the subversion user list, not the TortoiseSVN user list.

One things you may want to consider is the version of subversion on
each server. If the internal repository format differs, the number of
files/folders can differ as well.

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some file are missing while migrating the repository in different server.

Author Rajnish Kumar Singh <Rajnish dot K dot Singh at kpitcummins dot com>
Full name Rajnish Kumar Singh <Rajnish dot K dot Singh at kpitcummins dot com>
Date 2011-04-29 05:59:33 PDT
Message Hello All,

I am migrating 15GB repository from one SVN server(A) to another server(B).
Version of both svn server is 1.6.3.
I have used "svnadmin hotcopy" command to migrate the repository.
Every thing seems fine until I go to the properties of both the repository.
These is a difference in size, number of files and number of folders.
On server A, Size=15.5GB, contains: 31751 Files, 414 Folders.
On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24484 Files, 394 Folders.

When I used svnadmin dump and svnadmin load command then the results were more surprising.
On server B, Size=15.1GB, contains: 24447 Files, 34 Folders.

Every thing seems fine when I access the repository from visual svn server manager, but as the size of the repository is too large to check every details.
So is there any possibility that some files are missing in the repository on server B.

Please suggest.
Regards,
Rajnish K Singh
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