On 24.10.2011 11:33, Risotto Oregano wrote:
> I have some problems with TortoiseSVN1.7.0 (and 1.7.1 also)
> I upgraded my Subversion server (WinXP SP3) to the CollabNet
> Subversion Edge 2.1.0. Because the security policies of my company
> doesn't allow us to install Apache, we are using svnserve as daemon
> to work with about 7 repositories (from port 3690 to 3696).
> After the upgrade, we were unable to update current workcopies of the
> 3690-repository with TortoiseSVN (all other repositories [3691-3696]
> worked fine). We got the message 'svn://buey0389:3690' isn't in the
> same repository as 'svn://buey0389'.
> Then we upgraded our client to TortoiseSVN 1.7.0 and after restart
> the problem was gone. We could upgrade our 3690-workcopy and work
> with it.
> Today I look inside the repository browser into my 3690-repository
> and see a new folder, that nobody here create/commit/copy: please see
> The log file of this folder is empty as the version graph.
> I tried to delete the folder from the repository, then the repository
> browser crashed. Here the dump of Tortoise: please see dump file
> I check for this issue in the issue tracker and couldn't find it, so
> I send the dump - may be it is a new issue?
Maybe your repository is corrupted? Try running
svnadmin verify path/to/repo
svnadmin recover path/to/repo
on the server.
And use the CL client on your machine and run
svn list -v svn://buey0389
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Received on 2011-10-24 19:14:23 CEST