On 10/16/07, Cain, Tom <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> We've been experiencing a sporatic bug (the best kind of bug) when using the
> >> svnClientAdapter. We are actually running a command line RCP application as
> >> part of a CruiseControl build system.
> >> Part of this application updates a WC to an old revision, does some work,
> >> then updates it back to the head revision. On these updates, we sporadically
> >> get the following error:
> >> Caused by:
> >> org.tigris.subversion.svnclientadapter.SVNClientException:
> >> Problem running log
> >> svn: In directory 'C: \wc\source\xyz'
> >> Access is denied.
> >> svn: Can't move
> >> 'C:\wc\source\xyz\.svn\tmp\sample.xml.tmp' to
> >> 'C:\wc\source\xyz\sample.xml': Access is denied.
> >> Our RCP application is not really all that complex, and we are performing
> >> all operations synchronously (i.e. not kicking off separate threads that are
> >> fighting for resources).
> >> I was actually able to reproduce this error a couple of times in the Eclipse
> >> UI by creating a simple toolbar action that did an SVN update to an old
> >> revision, then immediately updated to the head revision.
> >> My guess is that some part of either Eclipse or Subclipse is holding on to a
> >> handle to the sample.xml.tmp file, thus preventing the move.
> >> First, what is this move all about?
> >> Second, any ideas what may be holding on to the temp file, or why it can't
> >> be moved?
> > This would be a general Subversion issue as their API's do all the
> > work. I see this error all the time on their mailing lists. I
> > believe bad virus scanners are the cause. Most people seem to be able
> > to exclude .svn folders or an entire work area.
> Thanks for the info,
> I've read the posts on the subversion site, and have disabled all virus scans, as well as Tortoise's icon overlay process, however I still seem to get the error. The reason I'm posting back to subclipse is because although the actual error comes from subversion, I thought the cause of the error may actually come from either subclipse or eclipse.
Do you have another file in that same directory in the repository
named Sample.xml or otherwise the same as "sample.xml" but differing
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Received on Tue Oct 16 17:46:30 2007