On 20.08.2009 01:25, Andrew Walker wrote:
> I have a newer vista home x64 computer that I want to install subversion
> and tortoise on . In fact - I have installed them both - but all the
> tutorials state that when I create a repository (Right Click) --- I'm
> suppose to be asked what type of file system to create and I'm suppose
> to select Native FileSystem (FSFS) --- but I never get that option to
> choose. It says the repository was created successfully.
> So I browse to the folder I want versioned - and select to Import - find
> the repository and click OK. It always starts to import - then I keep
> getting these errors:
> Cannot open file 'F:\svn\LMS\db\transactions\0-1.txn\next-ids': The
> operation cannot be performed on a file with a user-mapped section open.
> I've searched everywhere - and can't find a solution. Is it because I
> don't know if I"m using FSFS?
> I've seen to disable my virus scanner - it's off - and still it all
> I've completely uninstalled & reinstalled both subversion & tortoisesvn
> and the same thing occurs.
TortoiseSVN as of version 1.6 only supports the FSFS format for
repositories (when creating them and when accessing them via file://, no
limitations of course when accessing a BDB repository via svn/http).
So you're already using an FSFS format repository.
But your path (F:\) indicates that you created the repository on a
network share, and from the error my guess is that this share is served
Please do NOT do this. Accessing a repository via file:// on a network
share is dangerous (if it works).
See our docs about why:
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Received on 2009-08-20 08:36:40 CEST