On Tue, 30 Jan 2007, David Summers wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Jan 2007, David Glasser wrote:
>> On 1/30/07, David Summers <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> OK, I think maybe you think I'm comitting changes to the slave
>>> No, I have the httpd on the slave re-directing commits to the master
>>> repository as Justin Erenkrantz suggested back a month or so ago.
>> No, my suspicion is that while the new dav-mirror thing pushes commits
>> back to the master, it doesn't do the same for locks.
> Oh, Ok, that makes sense.
> Meanwhile, I'm trying to delete the locks with
> "svnadmin rmlocks /home/svnroot/Repository
> command on the SLAVE and even though the SLAVE lists those files with the
> "svnadmin lslocks /home/svnroot/Repository" it is saying:
> Path '/branches/bug-327/Repository/source/lib/openscenegraph/osgGAd.lib'
> isn't locked.
> ....and I still can't do the svnsync because of the original error from the
> I may try just re-creating the slave and syncing up to work-around the
> problem for now until I figure out what went wrong and how to prevent it.
> I'm wondering if I've messed something up on my master server somehow in the
> meantime as it is also saying there are files locked but when I go to rmlock
> it says they aren't locked.
> svnadmin verify shows everything OK on the master server.
> I'm thinking that the db/locks is some kind of mapping table for quick lookup
> but the actual lock info is in the file properties or something?
> Thanks for any ideas on how to clean things up. I don't mind re-creating the
> slave if I can make sure the MASTER is in good condition.
OK, I finally got the master to sync up to the slave by writing a little
script to delete all the locks slave that "svnadmin lslocks" showed
instead of trying to do it by hand (and evidently getting the long paths and
confusing filenames messed up quite often).
Now I'm going through the list of locks on the master and making sure it
Thanks for your help! I'll yell if I run into any more problems.
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