"Branko Čibej" wrote:
> On 19.02.2018 15:40, Ignacio González (Eliop) wrote:
>> Client svn 1.8.13
>> Server svn 1.8.13 on Centos 7 64 bit
>> I have a repository with 400 000 revisions.
>> Proyect X in that repository has the usual trunk / branches / tags
>> Tags are structured in a dozen of sub-directories:
>> Project X
>> +- trunk
>> +- tags
>> +-- setA
>> +-- setB
>> +-- setC
>> The number of tags under 'setB' is over 3000. All of them are copies
>> of the trunk at several points in the past.
>> I want to rename 'setB' to 'setF'.
>> Easy, I thought: svn mv ....setB .....setF.
> Did you use server-side move or client-side move + commit? Please show
> us the *exact* command you used, not some summary that you think is
> sufficient, but really is not.
It was a server-side move launched from my Windows 10 PC client.
The original command, with some names changed, was:
This command bailed out after 30 minutes aprox.
The commands included in the script that is (still) running are like this one:
These commands take from 15 to 60 s and create 200 000 bytes files in the fsfs repo.