Subversion is installed on an Amazon volume, which just died on us. We have a snapshot from last night and are prepared to bring it up. However, we've been working today and have committed several files throughout the day.
My concern is that the local working copies are going to reflect a much newer version than what is actually going to be on the server. How should I go about getting the code on our computers into subversion with the least amount of disruption?
Do I need to checkout a new working copy from subversion once it's back up, do a diff between that and my current code and copy the changes over to the new working copy and commit it?
Or, can I keep the working directory that I have now and simply commit the files that are newer than what's on the backup on the server?