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Can migration of Fisheye/Crucible be done after fully migrating Subversion

Our plan is to migrate Subversion and Fisheye/Crucible to a local instance. The migration instructions say to backup and download the Subversion repository and then start the migration of Fisheye/Crucible, and then to continue the migration of Subversion. Would it be problematic at all to complete fully the migration of Subversion and only then move on to the migration of Fisheye/Crucible? Our critical path is to get Subversion migrated and working (as time and resources are limited), the Fisheye/Crucible migration is important to us but not the priority.

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Henry

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Hi Henry,

You should preferably create a complete dump of your Subversion repository and restore this dump in the new server first.

When this is complete, you can migrate FishEye to that server.

You may need to edit your repository configuration after starting the instance in the new server in order to make FishEye access the repository using file:/// protocol.

I hope this helps!

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