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Re: Problem on Commit: "Commit succeeded, but other errors follow:"

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:26:54 +0100

2008/7/18 Steven Rosenstein <srosenst_at_us.ibm.com>:
> Gentlefolks,
>
> TortoiseSVN 1.5.0, Build 13316 - 32 Bit , 2008/06/21 07:55:29
> Subversion 1.5.0,
> apr 1.2.12
> apr-utils 1.2.12
> berkeley db 4.4.20
> neon 0.28.2
> OpenSSL 0.9.8g 19 Oct 2007
> zlib 1.2.3
>
> I recently upgraded to V1.5.0. Today I began the next phase of a
> development project, and added a new code module to an existing repository
> using Tortoise Add. I then did a Tortoise Commit. I received the
> following error messages (note that the filespec "R:\repo\foo.php" was used
> to reduce my typing a very long text string):
>
> Adding R:\repo\foo.php
> Sending Content R:\repo\foo.php
> Error Commit succeeded, but other errors follow:
> Error Error bumping revisions post-commit (details follow):
> Error In directory 'R:\repo'
> Error Error processing command 'committed' in 'R:\repo'
> Error Can't Move
> Error 'R:\repo\...\foo.php.svn-work'
> Error to
> Error 'R:\repo\.svn\prop-base\foo...\
> Error Access is denied.
> Finished!
>
> The "R:\" share is located on a Samba-served Linux server. There is no
> copy of Subversion installed on the Linux server. I don't think I have a
> permissions issue because Tortoise runs in the context of "root" on the
> Samba share. I have been using Tortoise with this setup for over 2 years
> without any problems. It is only after I upgraded to V1.5.0 that I started
> receiving the error messages on Commit. FWIW, this problem seems to happen
> only with files which have been Added to the repo. Commits of files which
> were already in the repo before the Tortoise upgrade complete successfully.
> When the error occurs it renders the repo useless. Cleanup does not work,
> and I cannot Update or Commit because it says the repo is locked. My only
> alternative is to check out another copy of the repo, which is very time
> consuming.
>
> I did research in the list archives and in the bugtracker. I saw some
> messages with a problem similar to mine, the most recent being this one:
> http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?listName=users&msgNo=10807.
> No solution was given.
>
> There was also a bug ticket opened on May 14, 2008:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3198 The ticket is
> marked as "Fixed" but I cannot tell if the fix became a part of the
> Tortoise build I am using.
>
> I have 2 questions:
>
> (1) Does anyone have a way of manually fixing this problem? I need to do
> a bit of secondary re-configuration every time I check out a new copy of
> the repo, and it quickly becomes very frustrating.
>
> (2) If no manual fix is available, can I downgrade to an earlier version of
> Tortoise without problems? I have the Windows installer for 1.4.8 and will
> happily revert if someone can assure me that it will work on repos that
> have been touched by Tortoise 1.5.0. Will a removal of 1.5.0 leave any
> artifacts on disk or in the Windows registry that could corrupt
> re-installing 1.4.8?
>
> I really love the convenience and power of Tortoise, and would hate to lose
> it to this sort of problem.
>
> Thank you in advance for any help you can provide,

You may get more joy asking on (users at subversion tigris org).

Do yourself a favour - don't use file:// access on a network share.
It's really not hard to install svnserve.

Simon

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