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How to synchronize WC adm_access entries cache when running a log?

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 14:24:16 +0000

We have a bug in tree conflict code where it tries to store tree
conflict metadata in the entries file, but, after writing it loggily and
running the log, the cached entry in the adm_access baton is out of date
and so attempts to read back the state (from the cache) get the wrong

How should we handle that? Is there a "resynchronize the adm_access
entries cache"? Should we close the adm_access baton, and, if so, is it
in general possible to re-open it straight away? (It doesn't appear
possible in general to re-open an access that was part of a set, due to
ordering restrictions, though that's not totally clear.)

If the answer is "You don't: You stick to loggy writes and don't do any
reads until you've finished processing the directory" that will be a bit
hard to swallow, but we need to know so ...

Thanks in advance for any clues.

- Julian

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