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Another FSFS bug somewhere?

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 17:49:03 -0400

I can't be sure which version of SVN this occurred with (I believe it
was a very recent version), but I had a user email me the other day
about a broken revision. After taking a look, it appears that SVN
picked the right offset, the right length, and the right checksums,
but the wrong revision number. It looks like this was during a tag
operation (or a copy from a previous revision). The revision the
backend chose didn't even have a related file, and the contents
certainly were not the same.

Any ideas where I should look to find the cause of this problem? Also,
I noticed that files seem to have both a SHA-1 and a uniquifier, but
directories don't. The structure document in libsvn_fs_fs doesn't
speak of this difference between files and directories. It just says
that newer formats have it while older ones don't. Should directories
have both the SHA-1 and unquifier?

Thanks!

-John
Received on 2010-08-31 23:49:42 CEST

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