After you backed up the administration database, you need to back up the SVN repository where all projects items and metadata are stored.
Apache Subversion is deprecated from 7.3.1 R2021-08 release onwards
If you are using Git, you need to duplicate the old repository and connect this to a new repository in Git. For more information, see Github's documentation: https://help.github.com/articles/duplicating-a-repository/.
Execute locally the following command on the machine hosting the SVN repository,
$> svnadmin dump /talend/svn/repotis > svn_repotis.dumpwhere
/talend/svn/repotisis the path on the hard drive where the repository is stored and
>is the copy command into a dump file.
- If you need to restore your SVN repository, shut down the subversion daemon and delete the /talend/svn/repotis repository.
Create again the repository from the backup file, using this command:
$> mkdir /talend/svn $> svnadmin create /talend/svn/repotis $> svnadmin load /talend/svn/repotis < svn_repotis.dumpwhere /talend/svn/repotis and svn_repotis.dump are the respective path and name used to store the dump file you created.Warning: Beware that only the repository is restored, not the users.