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Re: .svn directory inconsistency

From: Sally Gurney <rillaith_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-30 17:01:14 CEST

On 6/30/06, Peter McNab <mcnab_p@melbpc.org.au> wrote:
> Sally Gurney wrote:
> > I'm having a periodic problem with TortoiseSVN, where the contents of
> > the .svn directory are out of sync with each other.
> Just a short suggestion and that is to run CHKDSK /F from the command
> line and see if there is a physical problem with the HDD.
> Maybe a good defrag too.

Disk healthy. Defrag came up more red than I've ever seen before, so
that spent a happy extended lunch hour cleaning itself up. Thanks for
the suggestion (whether it resolves the problem or not!)

Deleted my working copy entirely and have recreated my setup with just
the directories I use, without the rest of the repository. It's been
growing rapidly over the last few weeks and I did get a subversion
crash when updating earlier this week, so again, whether or not it
resolves the problem, it'll be an improvement.

I'll try and let you know whether this has fixed it or if I'm still
crashing in a week or two.

> Hopefully people are not accessing your WC over the network. Sharing WCs
> is fraught with peril.

The mere thought of that fills me with fright! Fortunately, that's not
the case :)

Thanks for your suggestions,


Sally Gurney, sally@tupia.net
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