How to move from internal SVN to fisheye-crucible ondemand svnhosting

Currently we have SVN hosted in our internal server. We are interested in using fisheye-crucible-svnhosting. In order to use that, we would like to import our existing code to Atlassian SVN hosting. Please let us know the procedure for that.

Few more clarifications required:

1. Is there any limitation at ondemand SVN hosting about number of projects, project repository, disk size etc

2. How will the existing svn users will be mapped if we go for your svn hosting solutions?

3. How can we take the backup from SVN hosting?


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If you import your users then you will not have issues with svn or any other atlassian product since the user pool is shared as I read the documentation.

You can use svnsync to make a backup copy

Here are the storage costs. There is no limit on number of projects, just the amount of storage you use.

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Renjith Pillai Community Champion Sep 23, 2012

Yet another option could be to move to BitBucket (Git) from your existing SVN repos. There is a blog post discussing this topic.

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