2008/10/7 Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>:
> 2008/10/7 Nikolay Semikin <nick7ikin_at_gmail.com>:
>> I have a trouble with this error message sometimes.
> It is a network error, i.e. DNS error (cannot resolve hostname). (I assume,
> that the host name in your message is a correct one).
>> Seems the only way to solve this problem is to clean folder containing
>> target file, then update it.
> IMHO, to solve the error you have to wait for several minutes. What
> you will be doing, does not matter. E.g., you may drink some tea,
> or go scold your network admins.
> I have observed that or similar message several times at one of
> our clients that are behind a firewall and sometimes suffer from
> connectivity problems.
Sorry, I misread your message first time (have not noticed that your
3rd attachment has two images in it).
1. What svn version do you use, at the client and at the server?
2. In you second step, why do you do an update of a single file? I
usually update the whole directory, so that I do not have mixed
revisions. But that probably does not matter.
I suppose that you have an usual working copy. E.g., no files
are switched to other branches, or whatever.
3. It may be that your pristine copy of the file (the one in .svn/text-base)
is corrupted, and does not match the one stored at the server.
Can it be, that you have a pre-commit hook on your server that
modifies the file during commit? One should not do that, as there
is no way to bring the changes back to the client.
4. Does it occur with specific files, or is it some generic behavior?
5. I suppose that users (at) subversion.tigris.org mailing list 
will provide more help on the issue, as here is nothing specific
to Tortoise: all working copy management is performed by
the subversion library.
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Received on 2008-10-07 21:56:08 CEST