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MySQL Librarian: Capturing Community Insights
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In the MySQL Community team, our charter is to serve the MySQL community — new and old MySQL users alike. One of the ways we do this is by facilitating information exchange between community members, where the new can learn from the old.

And there’s been lots of that information exchange going on, such as over mailing lists (in the early days the dominant vehicle), forums, and Planet MySQL.

One problem with this information exchange has been its ephemeral nature. The same questions pop up for many new users, and should they for some reason not be amongst the issues solved in the MySQL documentation, chances are you’ll have to

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Subversion: What to do when your repository server moves to another ip?
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This weekend our networking guys decided to change ips for all of our servers. They also changed our subversion server’s ip. This caused some issues in the subversion world with developers who had checkouts pointing to ips instead of hostname, using command similar to:

svn co svn+ssh://192.168.1.10/svn/myrepos/ /home/mycheckout/

Now when they do “svn update” inside the their /home/mycheckout/ directory, they get an error:

We needed to point the checkout to the new ip. Easiest way to do this is to delete your checkout and re-checkout. Unfortunately, some of the developers had a lot of modified files which wasn’t checked in yet. I fixed it by issuing:

find /home/mycheckout -name "entries"|xargs /usr/bin/perl -w -i -p -e "s/192.168.1.10/10.1.1.10/g"

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