The bluescreen is strongly indicative of a driver or hardware
problem...applications are not generally able to cause them (aside from
stressing or using a flawed driver or hardware device). This could also
explain the repository problems if the hardware or driver is not
functioning correctly...can you try moving it to a normal hard disk for
a while to see how it goes?
You might ask on the TSVN list if others have seen the failed rename
problem, but I have seen that occasionally just from Explorer + WinZip
shell extensions installed. I'm not sure if I've seen it with a vanilla
Explorer, but it would not surprise me at all.
> I don't think so. I got administrator privileges. The repository has been
> created under my account.
> Apache could create some branches in the repository, before the error
> Furthjermore, the reovery has been running for quie a while before it gave
> up with the error messages.
> I guess privilege checks would be done quite early in the recovery process.
> FYI: I tried to replay todays actions but with:
> - updated Subversion 0.26.0 (from 0.25.0)
> - updated TortoiseSVN 0.15.2 (from 0.14.0)
> - D:\DevRep as repository (a local IDE disk) instead of P:\DevRep (a
> local USB 2.0 disk).
> So far, without problems.
> Maybe someone should check with the Berkeley guys if they consider a USB
> connected drive as a network drive,
> regarding the memory mapped files?
> Note that I noticed another strange thing (now in the new environment
> desribed above):
> - I imported a directory (FrameWrk) using TortoiseSVN.
> - I tried to rename the directory (to FrameWrk.imported)
> - Windows denied the rename, telling me that there is some other process
> using the directory
> - I closed all applications and all explorer windows, leaving a clean
> desktop, but to no avail
> - I restared the machine and got a hung explorer (how? I closed them all
> before), which I killed with "End now..."
> and then a bluescreen <gulp> (Note that I'm not used any longer to
> - after the reboot the rename was successful
> I guess that the TortoiseSVN plugin somehow kept its fingers on the
> directory after the import....
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