Due to Hurricane Sandy, my office currently has electricity but no Internet access, with no ETA (it's been nearly a week, and they are saying it might be another week). I desperately need to move our SVN server, hosted in our office, to our off-site servers hosted in Texas, so that I can work from home where I have full electric/Internet.
Currently, our SVN server is VisualSVN and hosted on a headless Windows Server 2003 that serves as our domain controller. We use the domain to authenticate SVN credentials. All of our servers in Texas are linux-based.
There's a crazy gas shortage here, so I essentially have just one shot to drive to the office, stick the necessary files onto a USB stick, and drive home to where I have Internet access, where I can send the files off to our sysadmin (James aka 'blud').
However, James has no experience with Windows-based SVN, nor access to a Windows box at the moment, and doesn't have any idea which files would be needed nor what would be exactly needed to do the import. And, as mentioned, I only have enough gas left for one try.
Can anyone help? Getting a bit desperate ...