# Re: Rename/Copy Not Behaving as Expected

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 19:14:18 CEST

Rob Wilkerson wrote:
> Two updates:
>
> 1. The command line fails as well, so it's not TSVN. I get the
> following error:
>
> svn: Can't remove
> 'server\db\oracle\util\.svn\tmp\SE_DB_HEALTH_CHECK_ORACLE.PROC.2.tmp'
> svn: Can't set file
> 'server\db\oracle\util\.svn\tmp\SE_DB_HEALTH_CHECK_ORACLE.PROC.2.tmp'
> read-write: Access is denied.
>
> I'm running the windows command line utility on WinXP. In this case,
> the command issued was "svn mv core server" where core is a directory.
>
> 2. The "server" directory is being created, but with a status of
> "Normal". This may be because the process didn't complete. I saw a
> similar error (I can't say whether it was exact) when renaming through
> TSVN, but not during copy. The result of both actions was the same -
> a server directory with what appeared to be a Normal status (judging
> by the icon).
>
> I'll try to copy through the command line next and see what happens.

Seems another application has the file SE_DB_HEALTH_CHECK_ORACLE_PROC
excusively open, which prevents Subversion from actually moving it to
the new location. Close all applications which might have that file open
and try again.
(in that case, even renaming the folder with the explorer would fail -
try that too please).

Stefan

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Received on Wed Sep 6 19:14:35 2006

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