The command to restore the file foo.txt in revision 98 would be (adapting the url to fit your server): svn copy -r 98 https://your_repository_url/foo.txt@98 .
This will create a copy of your svn database, taking revisions from 8000 to current head revision. Then create a new repository and import only the created dump. svnadmin dump /path/to/current/repo -r8000:HEAD > svn.dump svnadmin create /path/to/new/repo svnadmin load /path/to/new/repo < svn.dump
Use the following command to lookup foo.txt in your svn history: svn log -r 0:HEAD -v /path/to/your/repository | grep "/foo.txt"
In this tutorial I'd like to show how you can setup subversion for your web projects. apt-get install subversion subversion-tools Now you create the svn repository – below I simply call it project, change it to fit your project name. I suggest to create the svn databases below /var/svn: mkdir /var/svn cd /var/svn svnadmin create […]