Re: Found show log issue with rebuild repository.
Josh Handel wrote:
> I found an issue where I can't use show log to query for log entries
> older than the repository.. Which can happen if you re-build your
> repository using dump and load. Below is the test case that and the result.
> 1) Dump your repository
> 2) Create a new repository
> 3) Load your dumped repository
> 4) right click> Tortoise SVN > Show Log
> ** Issue **
> On the From date of the query (at the top of the screen) you won't
> beable to select or successfully enter a date earlier than the date that
> you executed step 2.
> In our office we have a 6 month old repository that we just moved to a
> new server (using the above process). We can verify that the log entires
> are in the new repository using the graph. But when we try to view the
> log (using View Log) we can't select a from date older than the date the
> new server's repository was brought online.
> Possible solution:
> Instead of limiting the date range, allow the user to enter any date
> range and then gracefully catch errors caused by invalid date ranges...
> Or heck just let it blow up :-P....
It seems to me that your dump/load cycle wasn't really successful and
that something went wrong there. Because the date selection range is
determined by the log entries shown in the dialog and their commit
dates. Check the dates of your log entries.
It seems as if you load cycle reset all timestamps of your commits.
Since that shouldn't happen, something must have gone terribly wrong in
either your dump or load cycle.
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Received on 2008-01-04 12:56:00 CET
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