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Re: Problem checking out code from a subversion repository

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-02-24 23:13:51 CET

Art Haas <ahaas@airmail.net> writes:

> $ svn co http://subversion.pythoncad.org:9000/svn/pythoncad/trunk pythoncad
> A pythoncad/MANIFEST.in
> svn: Filesystem has no such representation
> svn: could not checkout a file
> svn:
> svn_fs__bdb_read_rep: no such representation `16g'
> $
>
> A search about the representations turned up e-mails regarding commits,
> so I'm puzzled. Anyone have suggestions for things to look for? The
> remote site is running subversion 0.17.1, and I'm running 0.18 (plus a
> few revisions) locally. The local repo is rsync'ed over to the remote
> site periodically.

Oh no, rsync?

You know that it's *bad* to just copy a live, running berkeley
database? You need to use the 'hot-backup.py' script to do it
safely. It looks like your repository has some messed up data
structures in it now.

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Received on Mon Feb 24 21:14:49 2003

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