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From: Shawn Wilton <shawn.wilton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-05 22:43:07 CEST

So I had one of my drives in my RAID5 array die about a week ago.
Before I had a chance to get it replaced (had to order new drives) my
system seeminly died (still don't know why, but I think I used too
much space on my /var partition where my web pages and svn repo are
located). As a result, whenever I attempt to get the latest revision
out of SVN, I get the following error.

wilton@black9:~/SD$ svn update
svn: Berkeley DB error while reading string for filesystem /var/svn_repo/db:
DB_PAGE_NOTFOUND: Requested page not found

I did a search on the list and there was only one other entry of
someone having this problem and his email was never answered.

I have tried svnadmin verify and recover. Recover says that it has
fully recovered everything and the verify fails on revision 59 of 68.

I would be happy to provide a copy of the repository (just full of
school-project) but it IS about 350-500 megs in size.

I would really like to recover my last nine revisions (verfiy shows up
to 59 out of 68 to be good).

-Shawn Wilton
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Received on Thu May 5 22:46:17 2005

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