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Re: can't create valid repositry

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-12-16 15:25:41 CET

shivaken <shivaken@jcom.home.ne.jp> writes:
> $ svnadmin create foo
> $ svnlook youngest foo
> svn: Filesystem is corrupt
> svn: revision 0 missing from `revisions' table, in filesystem `foo/db'
> # svn co file:///tmp/foo wc
> svn: Filesystem is corrupt
> svn: revision 0 missing from `revisions' table, in filesystem `/tmp/foo/db'

Thanks for the thorough bug report.

Yeah, this behavior is certainly wrong. I can't reproduce it, by the
way. Please do

   ls -lR /tmp/foo

and

   db_dump -da /tmp/foo/db/revisions
   db_dump -da /tmp/foo/db/nodes

...where `db_dump' is the right version of Berkeley DB 4.0.24's dump.
For example, on my system, that's

   /usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.0/bin/db_dump -da /tmp/foo

Thanks,
-Karl

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