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Re: segfault on recover AND dump. is my repository doomed?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-17 20:23:35 CEST

Seth Delackner <seth@jtan.com> writes:

> Hrm. 1. db_dumped the db files using DB 4.0.14 on OS X. 2. created
> blank repository on linux (svn 20.1, db 4.0.14). 3. Tried to
> db_load, got lock and memory errors. 4. Deleted the new repository's
> db/* except for db/DB_CONFIG. 5. db_load successfully loaded the db
> files. 6. Ran svnadmin recover on the new repos, no
> errors. 7. Attempt to checkout the project in the repository:
> svn: Invalid filesystem transaction name svn: no transaction named `5' in
> filesystem `/root/svn2/db'
> 5 was the last repository revision in the old repository.

Can you use repos tools on your repository? Can you, say, run
'svnlook tree --show-ids /path/to/repos'?

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