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Re: mkdir over network

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-13 15:32:54 CET

Ralf Koban <ralf.koban@glance.ch> writes:

> Hi everybody,
> I have a little question about Subversion.
> Maybe it is stupid but how do I create a directory in the repository
> over network.
> Personally I think it should be done by
> svn mkdir http://svn.server.org/svn/repos/directory
> but when I do this I get the following error:
> svn_error: #21081 : <RA layer request failed>
> The CHECKOUT request failed (http #409) (/svn/repos/$svn/bln/3)
> Until now I know that this error usually means that there is something
> out of date but I don't know what should be out of date because its a
> new directory creation.
> Also I get the same error if I want to import or commit data over
> network, but if I want to checkout data from the repository, everything
> works fine.

If you are using the same pre-commit hook that we are, you are likely
getting this error because you are not supplying a log message with
your mkdirs, commits, and imports. Our pre-commit hook returns an
error if an empty log message was sent with the commit (and a
server-side mkdir is a special commit case).

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