On Tuesday 13 January 2004 13:18, Roland Bramm wrote:
> >On Monday 12 January 2004 07:12, Roland Bramm wrote:
> > > Hi,
> >> today a strange thing happend using svn ...
> >> today i tried to check in my changes and got
> >> svn: Invalid filesystem revision number
> >> svn: svn_repos_get_logs: No such revision '263'
> >> but in the svn keywords in the file there is:
> >> * @version $LastChangedRevision: 263 $
> >> * @date $LastChangedDate: 2004-01-09 18:12:26 +0100 (Fri, 09
> >> Jan 2004) $
> >> then i did a svnadmin recover
> >> which leads to
> >> admin recover /Volumes/Files/Subversion/
> >> Acquiring exclusive lock on repository db.
> >> Recovery is running, please stand by...
> >> Recovery completed.
> >> The latest repos revision is 263.
> >> so it seems that "everything is back to normal".
> >> but if i now try to do "something"
> >> i get:
> >> svn log Calculations.C
> >> svn: Invalid filesystem transaction name
> >> svn: no transaction named '7k' in filesystem
> >> '/Volumes/Files/Subversion/db'
> >> also for svn up , ...
> >Oof, that's no good. This sounds like a problem in the database. In
> > other words, it sounds like something got horked here. Did you run
> > 'svnadmin recover' while Apache was up?
> No Apache was down (or at least the apache with the svn_dav module,
> the standard Apple apache 1.3 was up but only for simple html
> pourpose) and the recover didnt quote an error.
> Acquiring exclusive lock on repository db.
> Recovery is running, please stand by...
> Recovery completed.
> The latest repos revision is 263.
Interesting. If that completed okay, then that leads me to believe that it
was okay after running recover.
> > Does 'svnadmin verify' complete successfully
> >on the repository?
> no it ends:
> * Verified revision 261.
> * Verified revision 262.
> svn: Invalid filesystem transaction name
> svn: no transaction named '7k' in filesystem '/Volumes/Files/Subversion/db'
Yeah, this isn't good. I'm not sure how to recover from this problem (my
experience with the db tools is pretty limited). If you can dump r0-r262,
then I'd say do that and pull your latest changes from the working copy.
> > > i am using the latest fink version
> >> svn --version
> >> svn, version 0.33.1 (r7789)
> >> (hmm interesting quite old .....but there is no newer in fink ...)
> >I know I've seen several things regarding svn for Mac OS X. I believe
> > David Summers got fed up with fink, and I think has some binary Mac OS X
> > on his site. Check it out at:
> when the repos works again i will install the new version ...
> > > how can i remove a "invisible" transaction ?
> >The problem is that you have an invisible transaction, it's that one named
> >'7k' doesn't exist.
> >Can you say what you did that led up to this problem? If there is a bug,
> > it may help us to track down this problem.
> yes and no ...
> there was no "strange" thing what i did, this problem popped up.
> The checkin of revision 263 was working properly ...
> than i only have some scripts which access svn log "File" to put the
> output in the doxygen documentation.
> The error appeared when i tried to checking somthing new ...
> The only "special" thing what happened was a power shortcut but
> during this time there was absolutly no access done to svn. (this
> happened in the night and i dont have any cron job, running script or
> whatsoever accessing svn ...)
> are there some logs in the db or somwhere else which could help ?
Unfortunately, I'm no guru with the db tools... perhaps someone else here on
the list can chime in with some recommendations.
> How can i get into work again ?
> the dump of the repos is working up to 262 ... so i could just
> rebuild the complete repoos with this dump and checkin the 263
> changes again (there were not to much changes done) or is there
> another way ?
I would say to the dump and check in your r263 changes again. Keep track of
what you're doing when checking in the r263 changes, just in case it gets
Sorry I couldn't help more.
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