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RE: Strange FSFS rev file...

From: nick vajberg <nickvajberg_at_yahoo.dk>
Date: 2005-09-16 09:31:36 CEST

I had the *exact* same error, but it was a test
repository so I scraped it (testing over VPN
actually). I suspect the backend didn't like my
unstable network connection at the time, but I cannot
prove that.

>> Here's the dump of the node rev:

Is it documented anywhere what the individual number
for attributes like 'props' and 'text' mean? It would
be nice to have a fsdump utility that spelled it out.

Also, does "svnadmin recover" attempt to do anything
with fsfs repositories?

>> In fact, there is a block starting at offset
>> 1691 that is an exact repeat of the block at
>> offset 1250990. Here's the kicker: the block is
>> *exactly* 1249299 bytes in length.

The real kicker beeing that 1250990-1249299 = 1691?

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