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Filesystem has no such node-rev-id

From: Bruce DeVisser <BDEVISSE_at_mdrobotics.ca>
Date: 2003-06-30 19:20:51 CEST

I've been using svn for a while, and this is the first serious problem
(aside from that annoying Windows case-insensitivity thing).

The client is 0.24.2, and I'm running on Windows 2000 using local mode
(file:/// url) on a mapped drive (Novell network).

The scenario: after some development, I tagged a piece of the trunk by
copying to the repository tags directory. Afterward, I created a
development branch of the entire trunk. I attempted svn switch to the
branch, but it failed, saying there was no space on the device
(actually there was double the size of the entire repository

I ran svn cleanup -- no change. svnadmin lstxns -- nothing. I tried
svnadmin recover, and it ran without saying anything extraordinary
(basically it said, 'running... done' on two lines, though I don't remember
the details).

Now I am having problems accessing my original respository directory.
For example, a fresh checkout attempt comes back with:

  svn: Filesystem has no such node-rev-id
  svn: reference to non-existent node `wg.0.69' in filesystem `h:/svnroot/db'

An attempt to check out using the tag (from part of the trunk) that was
created was successful.

An attempt to check out of the branch that was created was not quite
successful, quitting with the same error message after checkout of many
files. The part of the development branch that is included in the tag
checked out okay, but there's nothing lower down the trunk.

What's the next step to take?

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Received on Mon Jun 30 19:22:30 2003

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