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

From: Seth Delackner <seth_at_jtan.com>
Date: 2003-04-17 20:40:34 CEST

On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 01:23:35PM -0500, cmpilato@collab.net wrote:
> > 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'?

I tried this on both osx and linux, with each repository revision 1-5. On the
OS X box (db4.1, svn 0.20.1) revision 1 does show the entire tree's
directories, with output like:

/ <0.0.1>
 abiconvert/ <1.0.1>
   plugins/ <5b.0.1>

And so on. Checking out revision 1 fails though, saying the FS is corrupt.

However, all the other possible combinations yielded incomplete trees and an

svn: Filesystem is corrupt
svn: svn_fs__rep_contents: checksum mismatch on rep "1b":

I would be happy to post a URL to a tarball of the broken repos, since the
project is open source. I suspect though that corruption like this might be
akin to feeding you /dev/random and asking for assitance.

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