Philip Martin <email@example.com> wrote:
> Mathias.Weinert@gfa-net.de writes:
> > Guess what happened... Yes, I again had the problem which I mentioned
> > days ago.
> > I have the problem with version 1.2.1 as well as with 1.1.4. But when
> > apply my stuporous
> > little patch I can do the commit without any problem.
> svn_fs_fs__dag_clone_child is documented as allowing a NULL copy_id.
> It passes copy_id to svn_fs_fs__create_successor and that calls
> svn_fs_fs__id_txn_create to get a copy_id if NULL is passed. Your
> change will cause a different code path to get followed but it's far
> from clear that it's correct.
That's exactly what I expected.
> > Next I stepped back to the problematic state of the repository /
> > copy and tried
> > it with yesterday morning's trunk (release 15801) and had the same
> > again.
> > Please don't hesitate to ask me for any additional information you
> > find a solution for the problem.
> Ideally we would want to know how to reproduce the problem on our own
> machines. I suppose one possibility is that your repository already
> has some corruption that is causing the problem. Are you able to dump
> or verify your repository?
Unfortunately I can't tell you when exactly the problem will occur. All I
know is that it happened several times with my repository and that I have
the problem at the moment.
Doing an 'svn up' doesn't help to get rid of the problem. I am able to
dump the repository as well as to verify it.
What could I do if the repository is corrupt (beside exporting it and
importing it again which will lose the history information)?
By the way I am using svnserve with the repository. If you need some
special information I can debug it.
Received on Mon Aug 22 08:56:58 2005