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Re: svn commit failure

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 18:50:26 +0200

Kruse Otto-MGI1929 wrote:
> To answer your question the branch is referred to in the Tortoise
> Dialog as file:///I:/subversion/vip/branches/IPTVHAL_010201_1
>
> You didn't ask for it, but here is my full configuration (I should
> have supplied that on the first email)
>
> TortoiseSVN 1.3.3, Build 6219 - 32 Bit

Autsch!
You realize that this is a very ancient version?

> My understanding is that you are suggesting that I upgrade to the
> latest client. I know for certain that will not work with base
> Subversion 1.3.1 (we inadvertently have done that before). If
> upgrading everything to the latest will solve this problem so be it,
> we can start down that path, but I am not sure that is what is
> causing the current problem. We are currently able to svn commit to
> our Trunk code and branches that were created previously with no
> issue. We are just not able to svn commit to this new branch (have
> tried creating it in numerous ways, all exhibit the same issue).

You're using file:/// to access a repository on a network share. Please
have a look at the big warning in our docs:
http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-repository.html#tsvn-repository-local-share

It seems your repository got corrupted. I hope you have a good backup.
Get the svn command line client for your version (1.3.x) from here:
http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=469&expandFolder=469&folderID=91
(note that even that folder is now called "archive").

Then run
$ svnadmin verify path\to\repository
it will report some errors in your repository.
Then try running
$ svnadmin recover path\to\repository

maybe recovering works, but I wouldn't bet on it.
Once you got your repository back to a working state, either with
'svnadmin recover' or from a backup, take the time to set up a proper
server and quit using file:/// to access your repository. Setting up a
server on Windows is done in 5 minutes if you're using the VisualSVN server:
http://www.visualsvn.com/server/
if your server is running Linux, it will take you about one or at most
two hours to set up the server. Please take that time! It's really worth it.

Stefan

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Received on 2008-07-30 18:50:51 CEST

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