svn - How to find my Subversion server version number?

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To find the version of the subversion REPOSITORY you can:

  1. Look to the repository on the web and on the bottom of the page it will say something like:
    "Powered by Subversion version 1.5.2 (r32768)."
  2. From the command line: <insert curl, grep oneliner here>

If not displayed, view source of the page

<svn version="1.6.13 (r1002816)" href="http://subversion.tigris.org/">  

Now for the subversion CLIENT:

svn --version 

will suffice

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Let's merge these responses:

For REPOSITORY / SERVER (the original question):

If able to access the Subversion server:

  • From an earlier answer by Manuel, run the following on the SVN server:

    svnadmin --version 

If HTTP/HTTPS access:

  • See the "powered by Subversion" line when accessing the server via a browser.

  • Access the repository via browser and then look for the version string embedded in the HTML source. From earlier answers by elviejo and jaredjacobs. Similarly, from ??, use your browser's developer tools (usually Ctrl + Shift + I) to read the full response. This is also the easiest (non-automated) way to deal with certificates and authorization - your browser does it for you.

  • Check the response tags (these are not shown in the HTML source), from an earlier answer by Christopher

    wget -S --spider 'http://svn.server.net/svn/repository' 2>&1 | sed -n '/SVN/s/.*\(SVN[0-9\/\.]*\).*/\1/p' 

If svn:// or ssh+svn access

If GoogleCode SVN servers

    Check out the current version in a FAQ:      http://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/SubversionFAQ#What_version_of_Subversion_do_you_use? 

If another custom SVN servers

    TBD 

Please edit to finish this answer

For CLIENT (not the original question):

svn --version 
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On the server: svnserve --version

in case of svnserve-based configuration (svn:// and svn+xxx://).

(For completeness).

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Here's the simplest way to get the SVN server version. HTTP works even if your SVN repository requires HTTPS.

 $ curl -X OPTIONS http://my-svn-domain/ <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN"> <html><head>...</head> <body>... <address>Apache/2.2.11 (Debian) DAV/2 SVN/1.5.6 PHP/5.2.9-4 ...</address> </body>
</html>
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For an HTTP-based server there is a Python script to find the server version at: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/subversion/trunk/tools/client-side/server-version.py

You can get the client version with

`svn --version` 

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