I'm trying to
svnadmin load a dump into a new repository, and I get this message:
svnadmin: Premature end of content data in dumpstream
I'm also fairly certain that where the
load ends is not the entire repository. The last committed revision output by
svnadmin load is 103, where I'm almost certain there were commits in the 400s+. I was not part of the project in which the SVN holds their data, but I now have to load it onto a new svn host, and I'm fairly certain I'm missing a lot of data; but I can't be 100% sure. The guy who did the dump is long gone, and I'm afraid so is the original repository.
Does this read like a corruption? Is there any way of seeing more info from the dump file? Or recovering data from this dump? Did something happen to the data when he did the
svnadmin dump in the first place?
When I search that error, I get weird results online, nothing seems straightforward to me regarding this particular error(?).