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Re: can't create valid repositry

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-12-15 21:15:02 CET

[Shivaken, dev@subversion.tigris.org is the list to use, not issues@s.t.o]

shivaken <shivaken@jcom.home.ne.jp> writes:

> I am using subversion for 3 month.
> But, today I couldn't create valid repositry.
>
> $ svnadmin create testRepositry
> $ mkdir test
> $ touch test/testfile
> $ svn import file:///tmp/testRepositry test test -m"test"
> svn: Filesystem is corrupt
> svn: revision 0 missing from `revisions' table, in filesystem
> `/tmp/testRepositry/db'
>
> Then,
>
> $ svnadmin recover testRepositry
> Acquiring exclusive lock on repository db, and running recovery procedures.
> Please stand by...
> Recovery completed.
> svn: Filesystem is corrupt
> svn: revision 0 missing from `revisions' table, in filesystem
> `testRepositry/db'
>
> I'm using.
> linux-2.5.51 (SourceMage Gnu/Linux)
> glibc-2.3.1
> gcc-3.2.1
> db-4.0.14

Which version of Subversion?

Are you using svnadmin and svn from the same Subversion version?

Does this work

$ svnadmin create foo
$ svnlook youngest foo
$ svn co file://`pwd`/foo wc

-- 
Philip Martin
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