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Re: svnsync: REPORT request failed but sync continues

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2007-08-16 23:49:22 CEST

On 8/8/07, Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com> wrote:
> I'm syncing nine repositories from one office to another using the
> Windows 1.4.4 client from a http:// to a file:/// repository, and I
> got this on two different occasions:
> Copied properties for revision 344.
> Committed revision 345.
> Copied properties for revision 3svnsync: REPORT request failed on
> 'http://hostname/svn/repos'
> svnsync: REPORT of 'http://hostname/svn/repos': Could not read chunk
> size: connection was closed by server. (http://pangosrc)
> 45.
> Committed revision 346.
> Copied properties for revision 346.
> Committed revision 347.
> Copied properties for revision 347.
> Committed revision 348.
> Copied properties for revision 348.
> The concerning thing is that the message appeared but the sync
> continued.
> Is this something to worry about? Was the data successfully
> transfered over completely? It looks like it was since no successive
> commits failed.
> However, to somebody who doesn't know, seeing these warnings doesn't
> give warm-fuzzies that everything worked correctly.
> If so, can we have have this message be silenced or give a message
> saying it retried and worked?

Since nobody replied and this is still sitting in my inbox...

Yes, it seems like a problem in svnsync (something somewhere must be
ignoring an error where it should be breaking out), but it seems
likely that nothing has gone overly wrong with your repository. If a
commit had really failed then the next commit would have errored out
because the revision numbers would be out of sync (i.e. commit to sync
revision N+1 would have resulted in the creation of revision N, which
svnsync checks for). Worst case scenario as far as I can see is that
maybe some revprops weren't copied over, in which case you can just
recopy them manually with the copy-revprops command.


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