> -----Original Message-----
> From: Markus Schaber [mailto:m.schaber_at_3s-software.com]
> Sent: vrijdag 19 augustus 2011 14:22
> To: dev_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: svn upgrade fails with database table is locked
> I have a working copy which reliably fails to upgrade to SVN 1.7 format,
> using both the latest TortoiseSVN nightly build, and the Collabnet
> svn.exe for 1.7 beta 3.
> Upgraded '.'
> Upgraded 'Device'
> Upgraded 'Device\Plc Logic'
> Upgraded 'Device\Plc Logic\Application'
> Upgraded 'Device\Plc Logic\Application\Library Manager'
> svn: E200030: database table is locked
> svn: E200030: database table is locked: NODES
> Svn 1.6 can run "svn status", "svn update" and "svn cleanup" on that
> working copy without any problems. As I happened to have a pristine
> backup of the working copy, I can guarantee that no SVN 1.7 client has
> ever touched before running svn 1.6 "svn cleanup", so there are no
> locks, unfinished transactions etc. from SVN 1.6 left.
> I can send the working copy to interested developers (the 7zip archive
> is just 19kb).
I got this same error a few times in AnkhSVN when updating and/or checking
At the same time TSvnCache.exe was using one full core for scanning that
same working copy for changes to keep the explorer glyphs updated.
(I don't understand why this would lock a specific table though)
Received on 2011-08-19 14:34:20 CEST