Backing up source files managed by source control software: TortoiseSVN

I am new to source control and I am confused with something I read on a webpage yesterday (I don’t have the link). I have followed these instructions: “create folder structure”, then “Start Reprobrowser”, then copy source files into trunk folder. Please see the screen shot below:

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    Therefore I am wandering: where are the files physically stored? The reason I ask is because I want to ensure that NetBackup (corporate backup tool) backs up the correct directories.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Backing up source files managed by source control software: TortoiseSVN”

    To make sense of the repository structure you need to read all the documentation on SVN, but the preferred way to backup a SVN repository is through the command

    svnadmin dump your_svn_repository_path > destination_filename_backup.svn

    You could put this command in a scheduled task running sometime before your corporate tool execute the full backup of your data and include the destination_filename_backup.svn in your backup job

    If you ever need to restore the backup (after recreating the repository) you could use the command

    svnadmin load your_svn_repository_path < destination_filename_backup.svn
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