Our main svn repository went down due to a hardware failer 2 weeks back so I had to set up temporary local svn in an Ubuntu box to keep the development running with recovered working copies from local pcs.
After some time I manage to recover the old remote server and fix the issue we were having. additionally, manage to spin old svn server up and running.
so now I want to commit local server folders to the remote server,
So the only option I know is to check out a projects' working copies from the remote server and overwrite with latest and commit( from the temporary server), which seems working fine but this way I'm going to lose history for last 2 weeks.
So my question is is there any other way that I can salvage the last 2 weeks history?