On Tue, 2010-08-10 at 16:26 +0100, Julian Foad wrote:
> On Tue, 2010-08-10 at 15:31 +0100, Julian Foad wrote:
> > Upgrading a WC to single-DB:
> > upgrade_to_wcng() calls
> > svn_wc__db_upgrade_begin() to create a new DB, and then
> > svn_wc__db_wclock_obtain() and then
> > svn_wc__write_upgraded_entries()
> > The _wclock_obtain() fails because it checks that the node with relpath
> > "" exists. Normally in libsvn_wc a new DB is created with
> > svn_wc__db_init() which inserts a row for relpath "", but
> > svn_wc__db_upgrade_begin() doesn't.
> > What's the best solution here? Not lock it? Have
> > svn_wc__db_upgrade_begin() create an initial "" row? Have
> > svn_wc__db_wclock_obtain() NOT check for existence of a "" row? The
> > first and last options don't sound right. Creating an initial "" row
> > does sound right, and requires (presumably) a modification of
> > svn_wc__write_upgraded_entries().
> The upgrade function is creating new DBs (or a new single-DB). Should
> it perhaps be asking for a lock on the DB as a whole, as distinct from a
> recursive lock on the WC root directory? In normal operation, those two
> mean the same, but maybe here we need to distinguish these as two
> different concepts.
Or should it ...
- read the fields of the 'this-dir' entry from 'entries',
- create a DB with an initial row initialized from those fields,
- lock that '' dir,
- read+translate+write the rest of the 'entries'
Received on 2010-08-10 17:31:47 CEST