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RE: FSFS rev file format

From: Jackie Smith Cashion <jackie_at_arxceo.com>
Date: 2005-06-23 19:39:03 CEST

John Szakmeister wrote:
>> I would like to understand the format of the FSFS db/rev files. Where
>> should I look in the subversion source (or documentation) for this
>> information?

> http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/subversion/libsvn_fs_fs/structure

Thanks to John and Peter for pointing me in the right direction.
I'll start studying ...

> What version are you running? Any idea what might have caused this?
> Power failures? Disk problems?

> -John

I suspect disk problems. The drive has subsequently completely failed.
However, I see that these problems have actually existed for several
months. I restored an old backup and see the same symptoms.

I'm running Windows 2003 Server, SVN 1.1.3, Apache 2.0.52. We are using
TortoiseSVN clients from Windows XP and svn command line from linux clients.

All I really want to do is confirm that my source tree contains non-corrupt
files. (I haven't found any yet. We'll probably just check out a working
copy and try to build.) And I want to remove the "hosed" empty /branches
subdirectory. Then I'll recreate a new /branches directory.

If r3 and r171 are "hosed" can I do some kind of diff on r2-r4 and r170-r172
and manually rebuild a new repository?

Thanks to all.


Jackie Smith Cashion
Arxceo Corporation

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