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Re: fsfs recover and missing revprop

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2007-12-02 18:07:35 CET

Jeremy Whitlock wrote:
>> That sounds good. IIRC, the current implementation does an exponential search
>> for the largest missing revision, then a binary search for the largest existing
>> revision.
>> So the recover instead should do an incremental search from revision 0 to ensure
>> that all revs and revprops exist. I think this is necessary because you can
>> have a backup tool that backed up all the revs but was in the middle of backing
>> up the revprops, or vis-versa.
> Blair,
> The initial patch I've submitted to this does not alter the way you've
> done your exponential search and works completely within the
> constraints you've set. I can easily modify your code and extend it
> to do the revs/revprops check for each revision, which makes the most
> sense and could then be used for 'svnadmin verify'. Do you mind
> looking at the second patch I submitted to Issue 2992 and reviewing it
> as-is? Once we get that patch applied, I'll expand it.
> Take care,
> Jeremy


Thanks for the patch, I'll look at it this week.

BTW, the fsfs recover work was done by Malcom.


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