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Re: FSFS Issue...

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-12-04 02:24:16 CET

On Friday 02 December 2005 12:39, Malcolm Rowe wrote:
> In short, I'm a bit stumped. I think we need more real data (the output
> from your tool is useful, but it only goes so far). What I'd really
> like is a complete un-recovered repository, and possibly an uncorrupted
> copy of the corrupt revision's file if possible. And a pony.

Malcolm, it dawned on me today as I was lugging around computers, that I may
actually have what you're hoping for (minus the pony!). I can't give anyone
access to the repo without permission from the author, but I do have a
corrupted repository that I was able to fully recover the bad revision. IOW,
I can get an uncorrupted version of the file. I don't have time tonight, but
I'll try and recreate part of the transaction sometime tomorrow or Monday and
see if the svndiff gets corrupted. If so, then we may have the
reproducibility we need to track down this issue.


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