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Re: Always reproducible base checksum mismatch error

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2007-11-22 12:09:51 CET

Philipp Wollermann wrote:
> Hi again,
> oh oh, I just looked through the Apache (mpm-worker) error log:
> When the commit fails, it logs:
> [Thu Nov 22 10:08:02 2007] [error] [client] Unable to PUT new contents for /test/!svn/wrk/6d772da6-98da-11dc-b4cc-adfc1b59dba4/test. [403, #0]
> [Thu Nov 22 10:08:02 2007] [error] [client] Could not prepare to write the file [500, #200014]
> [Thu Nov 22 10:08:02 2007] [error] [client] Base checksum mismatch on '/test':\n expected: 70c97c4f02fc5137f79d8de1e4e51552\n actual: 1167b4a2ca964e3eb7c578fb3c2266dc\n [500, #200014]
> Now why's that? :)

Can you run 'svnadmin verify' on the repository? You're likely to get
the same error. If so, then you may be the first person I've met who
can consistently cause this fsfs corruption error. Changing to
mpm-prefork makes the issue go away, but I'm not entirely sure why.

Is there anything else special about your setup? A latent or lossy link
to the repository? What kind of machine are you hosting the repository on?


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