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Re: TortoiseSVN is not working after updating from 1.5.6 to 1.6.2

From: reason8 <rbaker_at_bakerone.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2009 14:29:36 -0700 (PDT)

We started and continue to have this problem ever since Tortoisesvn
1.6.x.
Have had to delete and re-checkout entire huge repositories because
of
svn wanting me to run svn cleanup then the cleanup fails then the repo
gets locked all the way to the top of the tree.
What precipitates this error loop/wedge/block?:
Either doing a tortoisesvn rename of a directory then commit OR
tortoisesvn directory tree copy and rename then commit.
during the commit I usually get something like "file xyz.txt already
exists"
Tortoise and/or svn seems to be getting confused during a commit and
the commit was not entirely rolled back.
Problem occurs about once out out of every 3 directory "svn copy with
rename",
and every time with svn rename.
FYI my server backend is svn 1.4.x which i cannot change.
I think many folks may be experiencing this and are reticent to post,
they're just living with it and taking the usual newsgroup
recommendation (like me the past couple of months) which is:
"Just delete your working copy directory and re-run svn update"
Anybody else want to cry out in despair or get moral support?
Having lots of fun ;-)
--reason8

On Jun 19, 12:59 pm, Krishna <krishnatangir..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your response.
> Here are the details
>
> Client: windows XP. subversion collabnet, 1.6.2, tsvn: 1.6.0
> server: suse linux
>
> connect using ssh, pki based authentication, with f-secure.
>
> svn+ssh://un...@server.com/src_repo_path
>
> (this set-up works just fine with subversion 1.5.6 and tsvn 1.5.8)
>
> pls let me know if more info is needed.
>
> krishna.
>
> On Jun 19, 12:50 am, Clemens Anhuth <clem..._at_froglogic.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Krishna wrote:
> > > We updated user clients subversion and tortoise svn clients from 1.5.6
> > > to 1.6.2.
> > > tsvn stopped working, it says  " network connection closed
> > > unexpectedly".
>
> > > its not putty issue, its not msg y issue.
>
> > > any suggestions what might be happening here.
>
> > > interestingly, if we start tsvn from command-promt, all the features
> > > work, like repo browser, update, commit, logs, etc, everything works.
>
> > > should we do a "svnadmin upgrade" also?
>
> > Hello Krishna,
>
> > even if you had the simplest setup of SVN and TSVN it should be
> > explained anyway.
>
> >  From what you say you have more than just the simplest possible setup,
> > and thus it should definitely be explained before you can realistically
> > expect anyone to be able to help (or even know what you are talking about).
>
> > With best regards
>
> > Clemens Anhuth
>
> > --www.froglogic.com-Squish - Multi-Platform GUI Testing
>
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