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Re: [Subclipse-users] Cannot rename file .svn/tmp/entries under Linux when repositories in a Samba share

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-22 14:37:25 CEST

Álvaro Canales <alvaro@fib.upc.edu> wrote on 09/22/2006 08:16:03 AM:

> While trying to commit for the first time to our repositories (they are
> in a Samba share), we get this error:
>
> checkout -N -r HEAD https://svnsever.mydomain/svn/username/test
> svn: Cannot rename file '
> /home/username/workspace/test/.svn/tmp/entries'
>
> We are running Linux, using Eclipse 3.1 and Subclipse 1.0.3* *version
>
> We suspect that the error appears due to the way Subclipse interacts
> with a Samba share, under Linux.
> We didn't find the problem when Eclipse's workspace is located in a
> local filesystem. Everything worked fine.
>
> Can somebody give us a clue, please?

Ultimately you will get better luck on the Subversion users@ list. Even
though you are using Subclipse, it is the Subversion API that is doing all
of this work and ultimately producing the error.

You do not say what OS you are running on, but since you mention Samba, I
assume the client might be running Windows? If so, this problem is
reasonably common on Windows and has something to do with anti-virus
programs locking files while they are being scanned. If your anti-virus
program lets you exclude certain directories, or all directories named
".svn" give that a try.

Mark

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