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Re: [TSVN] Problem after doing a revert

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-04-15 20:09:33 CEST

Christopher Padfield wrote:

> I had a committ made that needed to be reverted (for some reason some
> changes to a file caused all dif programs to think the whole file was
> changed)

Were those binary files?

> I did a revert (righ click on the log menu) and am trying to comitt
> these files and I keep getting an error. I have run another comitt on a
> different file that works fine.

Did you update your working copy first?
Before committing, you should first run 'update'.

> The error generated is (it also take a very long time, say 5 minutes to
> come back with any error at all)
> Commit failed (details below)
> PUT of '/svn/deskpro/!svn/wrk/006--some more
> numbers-/trunk/includes/functions/file.php':
> Could not read status line: An exisiting connection was forcibly closed
> by the remote host.
> (http://the.ip.address. <http://the.ip.address./>)
> Any ideas on what I should do here?

Check the apache error log. My guess is that your repository got wedged
and needs an 'svnadmin recover' to be run on it.


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