> Somehow I manged to kill my repository using TortoiseSVN. So switching
> back to the command line client, trying to do a
> svn list $SVN
> with $SVN being set to my file based repository path (file:///svn/)
> shows me that there is nothing in the repository. Even though there
> are three folders under $SVN.
> The repository is a fsfs type repository, my clients under Linux and
> cygwin are version 1.2.3. Linux accesses the repository via a NFS
> mount and cygwin through a windows network mapping.
> Now I found out that in the repository under the db folder the file
> current is corrupted. Some weired text like "<xml ?". I had a month
> old backup from the repository and there are two numbers and a letter
> (63 36 n). Now just out of curiosity I added those numbers and I was
> able to list the repository again. However only two from the three
> folders. The third folder got added after that backup. So my
> assumption is, I set the repository to the version as of the backup?
> Can anybody help me how to figure out what to write into the current
> file in order to fix the repository and bring it to the current state?
> I have three of the two folders checked out and in sync with the
> repository. The third folder has changes that I wanted to commit.
> Nothing big, so I could revert and bring it to the state of the
> repository as well. Can I look through the checked out folders and
> figure out what to put into the current file?
At a quick glance, the first number is clearly the HEAD revision. Try
doing an 'svn info' of the working copies you have, and put the revision
number reported by that in the first slot. I don't know what the other
two items in the file are; glancing at several repositories, I can't see
a pattern. One has '1rO o'; another has '5 1'. <shrug> Hopefully
someone else knows how to find what goes there, if setting the HEAD
revision number isn't enough...
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Received on Thu Nov 10 21:24:57 2005