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Re: Checksum mismatch

From: Edmund Horner <chrysophylax_at_chrysophylax.cjb.net>
Date: 2004-01-22 12:58:02 CET

Marc Haisenko wrote:

>Hi folks,
> I've got a problem with dumping our svn repository. svnadmin dump always
>gives this error message:
>* Dumped revision 333.
>* Dumped revision 334.
>* Dumped revision 335.
>svn: txn_body_read_rep: checksum mismatch on rep "4pe":
> expected: 92008dd3fc9fde82d9b5b1b0bc79db6b
> actual: 8e4edf81c57f3ba3a318630a89f4f762
>But the repository works just fine (current revision in repository is 411). I
>haven't tried svnadmin recover yet since I'm not sure whether there is
>something broken, normal svn operation works just fine. And if it ain't
>broke, don't fix it ! ;-)
>Any idea what's wrong here ?
Have you tried "svnadmin verify" ?

If verify comes up with no problems, then something odd is happening.
But if verify also finds the mismatch, then I think that part of the
string data for r335 is broken. If there are other revisions after r335
that replace that data, then you probably won't have noticed it in
normal use.

You can examine that end of the partial dumpfile to find the affected path.

AFAIK, "svn recover" doesn't fix data errors like this.


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