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Repo "broken"

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2009 10:06:51 -0700

On my Vista SP1 x64 box, I uninstalled one of the recent "1.5.99"
nightly builds, and installed the released 1.6

When I tried to view the new rev graph on one of my repos, I see a
"Getting information from repository..." progress indicator - which
immediately displays a "Want to go offline?" popup. This popup explains
that there has been a problem contacting the server...

As I use "file:" repos exclusively, this seems unlikely if taken at face
value. Note that if I tell it to go ahead and "work offline for now",
an instance of TortoiseProc.exe just sits there at 100% CPU.

Other observations:
1) all of my other repos behave as expected

2) the "broken" repo is able to show an apparently reasonable "SVN
Commit..." dialog (although it shows one file in the WC with a "deleted"
status that I don't think I would have deleted)

3) if I attempt an SVN "Clean up" operation from the context menu,
TortoiseProc.exe crashes with a "0xc0000417" exception at offset "0x54fc0"

4) if I try to start the repo browser on this repo, I see a "Unable to
open an ra_local session to URL" error in the browser window, along with
"Can't open file '...\db\min-unpacked-rev': The system cannot find the
file specified"

The CollabNet SVN 1.6 command-line binaries are not yet available.

Could this repo be in the middle of a pre-1.6 to 1.6 format conversion
that failed in the middle?

While this particular repo doesn't have a huge amount of history, I
would still like to be able to keep it (the history) - are there any
suggestions, or any requests for additional data or testing?

Robert Roessler
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