Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> writes:
> Sometimes, a (part of a) working copy gets corrupted (errors like
> 'checksum mismatch ...' while running 'update'). Maybe it happened
> because a third-party tool has messed with the base files, or with the
> entries file, or ... or maybe it happened because of a bug in svn.
> This was/is deemed non-disastrous, because it's only a working copy,
> one can always checkout a new one (after backing up local changes).
> Of course, it can be painful if a working copy is (very) large, and
> the corruption is in a small directory somewhere deep down, ... In
> wc-1, there was the cheap solution that you could just blast away the
> "corrupt directory" (including the .svn metadata), and let "svn
> update" restore it (after which you would copy over your modified
> files). Just this week I helped out two of my colleagues who ran into
> such wc corruptions, by following exactly this procedure.
4 directories, 1 file
noorul_at_noorul:/tmp/wc/repo$ rm -r -f A/B/C/D
noorul_at_noorul:/tmp/wc/repo$ ~/projects/subversion/builds/trunk/bin/svn up A/B/C/D
At revision 1.
It is working for me. I might be overlooking.
Thanks and Regards
Received on 2011-07-01 15:38:46 CEST