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problems with svn cleanup

From: Karl Chen <quarl_at_hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu>
Date: 2003-12-22 22:07:15 CET

Due to being over-quota, svn aborted an update. I guess svn was
either able to write only part of the recovery data because it was
just at the limit of quota, or it could modify some existing file
but not write a new one.

Now the directory is locked but if I run 'svn cleanup' I get:

svn: Problem running log
svn: in directory ''
svn: No such file or directory
svn: svn_io_file_open: can't open `.svn/tmp/text-base/ispell_default.svn-base'

.svn/tmp/text-base/ is empty.

I've had problems not being able to do cleanup before. Is there
any way to recover this wc? Is this a bug? (When this happened
in the past, I would just copy modified files into a new checkout)

Karl 2003-12-22 12:59
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