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I currently use Visual SVN for managing my project in visual studio 2012.
I have around 8 repos in the server. Revision history of the project range from 7 to 72.
I just recently backed up the working copy of each project on my external hard drive.
My project server for some reason wont boot up at all. Visual SVN Server is installed on my project server.
The repo dump files that I have are not the latest. So I am in trouble now.
I bought a new server for hosting the visual svn server.
Is there a way to import repos into the new server with revisions history from the backed up working copy that I have on the external hdd.

What I have tried:

Import working copy as new project into the new server.
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Richard MacCutchan 3-Oct-19 4:09am
   
I do not think working copies keep revision history information. Can you recover the repository from the old server's disk?

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