Options in svnadmin are global, just as they are in svn:
(Berkeley DB-specific.) Disable automatic log removal of database logfiles. Having these logfiles around can be convenient if you need to restore from a catastrophic repository failure.
(Berkeley DB-specific.) Disables fsync when committing database
transactions. Used with the svnadmin
create command to create a Berkeley DB-backed repository
(which improves speed but has some risks associated with
Bypass the repository hook system.
Remove unused Berkeley DB logs.
By default, when loading data into repository that already contains revisions, svnadmin will ignore the UUID from the dump stream. This option will cause the repository’s UUID to be set to the UUID from the stream.
By default, when loading an empty repository, svnadmin will ignore the UUID from the
dump stream. This option will force that UUID to be ignored
(useful for overriding your configuration file if it has
Dump a revision only as a diff against the previous revision, instead of the usual fulltext.
When loading a dump file, root paths at
DIR instead of /.
When creating a new repository, use a format that is compatible with versions of Subversion earlier than Subversion 1.4.
When creating a new repository, use a format that is compatible ...