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Is there a way to verify FSFS lock integrity?

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2007-01-30 21:50:51 CET

All,
   I finally got my locks situation stabilized, I can now svnsync from my
master to the slave (see today's SVNSYNC messages).

Now, on my master, I'm showing NO locks with "svnadmin lslocks". But when
I look in the db/locks directory I see lots of 3-character directories and
most are empty but there are at least a few that have files in them.

Is there any way to verify that the database integrity has not been messed
up in regards to file locking? (Missing files, missing file lock
information, etc.).

Are empty directories normal in the db/locks directory for FSFS?

svnadmin verify Repository
command shows everything OK.

Interesting: Problems didn't show up until I deleted a branch that
evidently had files locked on it (the delete went OK with no problems).

Is this something that needs to be addressed?

Thanks!

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