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Re: Sporadic but ncommon problems with rename on Win32

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2003-02-14 14:44:06 CET

Hi Philip,

Philip Martin wrote:

> Patrick Mayweg <mayweg@qint.de> writes:
>
> > I have sporadic but common problems with svn_io_file_rename on Win32. I
> > had them on checkout or update operations. The operation is than aborted
> > and in many cases the working copy is unusable. I just ran 2 exports
> > with the same parameters and it happened twice with different files. The
> > error message is allways:
> > svn: Access is denied.
> > svn: svn_io_file_rename: can't move 'xxx' to 'yyy'
>
> Something similar was reported recently
>
> http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?list=dev&msgId=224105
>
> The thread ended without an answer to the problem.
>
> Can you provide more details? Do either or both of the two files
> mentioned in the error message exist? If they do exist what sort of
> file permissions do they have?

For now, I cannot provide much more details. I have a single processor
machine. When it happens the next time, I will come back to the maillinglist
with everything I can detected. In one of the case I have seen this morning,
both file existed and were writeable by me. It happend twice today during an
export. Somewhere in the export svn stoped with this error message. I do not
think it is a real permission problem, because all files and directories were
freshly created by my account. svn was moving a freshly created tmp-file to
its real name. The most reasonable cause for the problem could be, that some
other application has locked one of the files for a short time. Like the
indexing engine of W2K. If this would be the reason, svn could retry the move
2-3 times.

>
>
> --
> Philip Martin

Patrick Mayweg

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