[cvsnt] Migrate a CVS server

Gabriel Genellina gagsl-cvsnt at yahoo.com.ar
Sat Feb 27 04:05:08 GMT 2010

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En Fri, 26 Feb 2010 11:25:40 -0300, bikramdeep2 singh  
<bikramdeep2 at gmail.com> escribió:

> Can I export my whole CVS to a new CVS. That is the whole bunch of
> directories. And everything working the same on the new CVS server, with  
> all
> of the old history, and new commits.
> I checked out at many places, but found that I can capture the latest  
> Header
> to tail file, of only one project at a time. Not the whole bunch of all
> Project directories.

If both servers (old and new) are CVSNT, you don't have to migrate  
anything, just install the new CVSNT version and copy the old repository  
directories (and adjust paths and configuration files).
When going from CVS to CVSNT the whole history is preserved, but  
configuration files are different.
In any case you'll have to provide more details: which platform, operating  
system, CVS version ...

Gabriel Genellina

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