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Re: Bug Report - 'SVN Update' on multiple folders may causes problems.

From: Manu <turkeyman_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2009 01:44:07 -0800 (PST)

Yup, they have identical uuid's.
I'll take it up with them.

Thanks for your time, sorry for the bother.
- Manu

On Jan 1, 6:56 pm, Stefan Kueng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Manu wrote:
> > Thanks for the fast reply.
>
> > As far as i could tell, my repositories do actually have separate
> > id's.
> > I didn't configure the server myself. I'm using dreamhost who provide
> > an svn service.
> > When I create a repository it offers me a box to specify an id, and
> > the id's I entered are unique.
>
> > My 2 repositories of interest from my prior example:
> >http://feedback.dreamhosters.com/feedbacksvn/%c2%a0(ID: "feedbacksvn")
> >http://fuji.dreamhosters.com/fujisvn/%c2%a0(ID: "fujisvn")
>
> Those are not the repository uuids, those are just your project ids.
>
> > The IDs shown are according to dreamhost's configuration tool; the
> > id's i entered when creating the repository.
> > I can provide a screenshot if it helps.
>
> > Is there perhaps another ID that dreamhost don't expost in their
> > configuration tool?
>
> I don't know dreamhost. But I doubt that you can configure the
> repository uuid - that is created automatically when a NEW repository is
> created. Seems dreamhost made the same mistake as some other hosters by
> simply copying an existing preconfigured repository instead of creating
> a new one.
>
> > When you say 'UUID', do you mean a big long GUID style id? I haven't
> > seen anything like that in the configuration...
>
> You can check the uuid by right-clicking on your working copy folder,
> select "properties" from the explorer context menu (not the one in the
> TSVN submenu). Then go to the Subversion tab. There you can see the
> repository uuid.
> For example, the TSVN repository has the uuid
> a180ee7a-7c27-d748-b48c-54a4189679d8
>
> > Perhaps i should take this up with them?
>
> If your different repositories have the same uuid, then yes please
> report that to them and force them to set up the repositories properly.
> Having the same uuid on all repositories will cause severe problems (not
> just the one you just discovered but other problems as well).
>
> Also, see my blog post about problems with the log cache resulting from
> identical uuids:http://tortoisesvn.net/node/333
>
> Stefan
>
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