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Unable to Commit

From: Simon Perkins <sy_at_perkins.net>
Date: 2007-03-03 21:54:20 CET


I recently set up an SVN repository on an Apache 2.0.59 server running
under Windows Server 2003. I can import and check out things OK, but I
seem to be unable to commit changes.

In particular, when I commit, the progress dialog shows a number of
Adding, Deleted and and Modified messages, and then hangs on a "Sending
Content" message. After 60 seconds or so, the commit aborts with the

"Cannot write to the prototype revision file of transaction "9-2"
because a previous representation is currently being written by this

I get the same message even when I'm just committing a single modified file.

Searching this mailing list, I've seen this error message reported a few
times but with no responses. Anyone know what the problem is? Can anyone
suggest any workarounds so that I can get my repository working?



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