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Re: Cached links to old reposotory location

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 15:57:54 CEST

On 19/06/07, John Nolan <johnnonolan@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Here's what happened.
> We have serveral repositories I'll call them repoA, repoB, repoC on our
> server.
> RepoA was stored at C:\Reporoot\
> RepoB was stored at C:\Reporoot\Repositories\RepoB\
> RepoC was stored at C:\Reporoot\Repositories\RepoC\
> I wanted to standardise our repositories and so physically moved all folders
> and files from C:\Reporoot\ to C:\Reporoot\Repositories\RepoA\
> So SVNServe can see both locations. As Svnserve's root was pointed at
> C:\Reporoot which was the original location for RepoA.
> I'm confused its a server problem as I can commit folder files and my
> colleague can't.

Try setting svnserve's root to C:\Reporoot\Repositories.

If svnserve receives a request for URL
svn://path/to/root/Repositories/RepoA/trunk it cannot easily
distinguish between /trunk in RepoA and /Repositories/RepoA/trunk in


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