After you backed up the administration database, you need to back up the SVN repository where all projects items and metadata are stored.
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.