Assume you already read this https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/migrating-overview/ ?
No procedure to verify it, but i guess if you have some downtime, you could write a bash oneliner that checks commit by commit for the same commit message or so?
If you're using Bitbucket Server, consider migrating your SVN projects to Git with SVN Mirror add-on for Bitbucket Server that is capable of importing SVN history and keeping SVN and Git repositories in sync afterwards.
If you're using some other Git hosting solution, try using standalone SubGit tool that supports both import and mirror functionality as well (SVN Mirror add-on is built upon SubGit).
Both SVN Mirror add-on and SubGit are the most advanced tools for migrating SVN repositories to Git:
Thanks for the solution.
I have another question?
- if we use the SVN Mirror add-on in Bitbucket [on cloud], then can I continue to work on Git repo or should I also keep the SVN in Sync with Git repo.
Can I stop using SVN? How much time is required for the Migration from SVN to Git - does it migrate all objects?
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