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svnadmin(1)		 Subversion Command Line Tool		   svnadmin(1)

NAME
       svnadmin	- Subversion repository	administration tool

SYNOPSIS
       svnadmin	command	repos-path [args]

OVERVIEW
       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 mes-
       sages as	well as	move and copy operations that  were  applied  at  some
       time  in	 the past to the tree.	svnadmin operations are	typically car-
       ried out	by an administrator. The svn(1)	tool  handles  operations  for
       normal users of the source controlled resource.

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

			$ 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] ] [--incremental]
	      Dump the contents	of filesystem to stdout	in a 'dumpfile'	porta-
	      ble 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	incom-
	      patible 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,  committing  new
	      revisions	into the repository's filesystem.  Send	progress feed-
	      back 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 history while searching  for  revisions.
	      (For  directories,  this	is,  for  now, almost guaranteed to be
	      uninteresting.  Also, path must exist in the HEAD	of the reposi-
	      tory.)

       lstxns repos_path
	      Print all	txn names.

       recover repos_path
	      Run  the	Berkeley DB recovery procedure on a repository.	 WARN-
	      ING: only	run this when you are SURE  you're  the	 only  process
	      accessing	the repository.	 Requires exclusive access.

       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 messages are stored  as  revision
	      properties.   The	 history  of revision properties is not	saved.
	      This command will	permanently overwrite the  previous  log  mes-
	      sage.

SEE ALSO
       svn(1)

svn r3206			 22 Sept 2002			   svnadmin(1)

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