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Re: Working copy text base is corrupt?

From: Patrik Husfloen <pathu440_at_student.liu.se>
Date: 2002-09-15 20:02:57 CEST

(forgot to CC the list)

>> so it would appear that somehow my .svn-base has been corrupted..?
> Yes :-( Can you copy it, rename it to remove the .svn-base, and then
> determine if it is valid?

It is indeed corrupt, it wont open.

> Is it possible to compare the svn-base
> files from the corrupt and non-corrupt working copies to determine
> what the difference is?

well it's a binary file.. and I haev no tools to do a binary diff right

> Are the files the same size? How does the
> date on the corrupt text base compare to that reported by 'svn info'?
modified-date and size are exactly the same for both files.

I suspect this has something to do with the massive filesystem
corruption I've been experiencing lately, I haven't yet been able to
isolate a cause, but it would appear the problem is still there, even
after the reinstall. When I downloaded the PSDK the other day about 10%
of the files were corrupted, downloading them again resolved the problem..
I guess I'll have to strip the computer again *sigh*

replacing the .svn-base file from the old WC with the one from the newly
checked out revision solved the problem.



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Received on Sun Sep 15 20:04:43 2002

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