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Re: Windows XP "Access denied" svn_io_rename

From: Steve Dwire <sdwire_at_pcsigroup.com>
Date: 2003-10-20 19:41:03 CEST


I was looking in IssueTracker, and I couldn't find an issue for this
'access denied' problem. It looks like there's been quite a bit of
discussion around it, and that it has something to do with Windows
"file-watcher" processes grabbing hold of a file in between subversion


This seems to be a rather significant issue that could affect adoption
of subversion on Windows. Is it in the issue tracker somewhere? Should
it be?


Steve Dwire


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Mason [mailto:mgm@thoughtworks.net]
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 6:00 AM
To: Mike Mason
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Windows XP "Access denied" svn_io_rename


Mike Mason wrote:


> I've been seeing occasional problems doing an "svn update" on Windows

> XP clients:


> [...]

> U xxxxxxxx\modules\mymodule\zzzz\qa5.properties

> U xxxxxxxx\modules\mymodule\zzzz\qa7.properties

> U xxxxxxxx\modules\mymodule\zzzz\fish.properties

> svn: Access is denied.

> svn: svn_io_file_rename: can't move

> 'xxxxxxxx/modules/mymodule/zzzz/.svn/tmp/

> entries' to 'xxxxxxxx/modules/mymodule/zzzz/.svn/entries'


> Then


> c:\wc>svn update

> svn: Working copy text base is corrupt

> svn: apply_textdelta: checksum mismatch for

> 'xxxxxxxx/modules/mymodule/zzzz/.

> svn/text-base/zzzz10.properties.svn-base':

> expected checksum: ba320ea374077d2978922fd52fbc0cad

> actual checksum: 8c70c45f9b10157e2a27fdd6ab47f828


Apologies for following up my own post, but it looks like the stress

test guys are on it:



I'll follow that thread instead.






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