> I have been running Tortoise SVN 1.4.5 Build 10425 for at least a year and a half without any problems. The repository sits on a Novell server.
> Today when I try to commit I get the following errors
> - Error: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
> -Error: Unable to open repository 'file:///M:/LUPTAI/DEVELOPMENT/svn/trunk'
> - Error: Can't open file 'M:\LUPTAI\DEVELOPMENT\svn\db\current': The system cannot find the file specified.
> When I check for my db\current file it isn't there but there is a current.tmp file as if there was a problem with a previous operation.
> Is there any way I can recover the state of my repository maybe by recreating the current file.
> At the moment the state of my database is:
> revprops folder - max file name is 672
> revs folder - max file name is 673
> transactions folder is empty
> The current.tmp file contains a single line:
> 673 217 2
> Any assistance would be gratefully received
Get the svn command line client version 1.4.x. There's a tool in there
$ svnadmin verify path/to/repository
you might get some errors.
$ svnadmin recover path/to/repository
if recovering doesn't help, then you should use a backup of your
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Received on 2009-05-15 20:43:35 CEST
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