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Re: Error 21091 <Couldn't find a repository.>

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-06-10 16:13:02 CEST

jorgefm@cirsa.com writes:

> >> clue ?
> >> Any idea where can i start looking for? Could be a database error ?
> >>
> >> $> svn co file:///opt/svn/Genesis -d Genesis
> >>
> >> svn_error: #21095 : <Couldn't find a repository.>
> >> Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
> >>
> >> svn_error: #21095 : <Couldn't find a repository.>
> >> svn_ra_local__split_URL: Unable to find valid repository
> >
> >It appears that /opt/svn/Genesis is not a Subversion repository, or
> >that the file permissions do not allow you access. How did you create
> >it?
>
> Well, I have restored an /opt/svn/Genesis copy and now all works fine
> again. The only diference between the -bad- and the -good- repository i
> have found is in the db directory. The permissions are the same in both
> directories and files. I suppose that i got a database inconsistency (???)
> and i didn't known how to repair that database without recovering it all.
> Are there some tools to manage a BerkeleyDB? Are there some ways to deal
> with problems like that ?

`db_recover (or db4_recover, depending on installation) -veh
path_to_db_dir' is your friiiiiiiiend.

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