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Re: subversion 1.1.0 checkin crashes - repo needs recovery

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-21 20:48:21 CEST

Martin MAURER <martin.maurer@email.de> writes:

> On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 19:07 +0100, Philip Martin wrote:
>>
>> In my earlier mail I pointed out that something caused the commit to
>> abort before the crash. It appears you can reproduce the problem, so
>> you could use gdb to to back up the stack to svn_client_commit and
>> print *cmt_err.
> i am willing to do this - but unfortunately i dont know enough about
> gdb. How do I achieve this ?
> (esp "backing up the stack to svn_client_commit")

At the (gdb) prompt type "help" for instructions.

Use the command "up" until you get a message like

    #12 0x08012345 in svn_client_commit ...

then type "print *cmt_err".

Ideally, you would reproduce the problem in a small repository/working
copy created from scratch--then you could show it to us. Failing that
you need to describe the layout of the files/directories in your
working copy and the changes you are trying to commit, something like
"svn status" (perhaps "svn st -uv" as well if it is not too large).

-- 
Philip Martin
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