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Re: We could find some revision in SVN repository

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 09:16:46 +0100

2009/8/18 Petr Fejfar <petr.fejfar_at_gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 10:07 PM, Simon
> Large<simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com> wrote:
>> OK, try the repo browser again but this time get a log for the
>> repository root, not just trunk. Maybe someone has committed changes
>> to a branch instead of trunk.
> You are both right in the sence the lost revisions are in the repository
> two levels up i.e. ../../ above a path we commit changes, but...
> 1) The revisions on different path have been commited from different
> machines with different WC
> 2) No body of us has changed URL kept by TortoiseSVN
> 3) At least commits performed today in the morning by me when I was
> fixing client fallen out of steps
>   with repository have been all done using *the same* URL, but
>   - 1st "missing" revision was #202 commited my collegue in the midnight
>   - revisions #203..#212 are "missing"
>   - consecutive revision #213 commited 6 minutes later with the same
> URL is shown
> ##
> Maybe it is related to problem described in my another post and process,
> when I was trying to resynchronize TortoiseSVN:
> 1. I had 10 non-versioned folders, each containing 4 non-versioned files.
> 2. TortoiseSVN behaved like folders & files has been commited,
>    but they were not.

What do you mean by this? What is TortoiseSVN's behaviour? Why do you
say they are not committed?

> 3. for each folder I had to do something like this
>   (plus some attempts before I found this procedure):
>    a) perform clean-up of this folder
>    b) mark folder as deleted, ignore errors
>    c) perform clean-up of its parent directory
>    d) perform commit, ignore errors
>    e) perform clean-up of this folder
>    f)  folder and contained files have been shown as non-versioned
> 4. Finally I could add all those folders and commit them
>   (this seems to be the first revision shown on the regular path
>    after "drop-out")
> Thanks for help, Petr

You keep describing these revisions as missing, but we have already
established that they are not; they are just not where you expected
them to be.

Use repo browser to show the log for the repository root. Then LOOK AT
IT. That will tell you where the 'missing' files have been
copied/moved from and who did it. You then have some chance to look on
their machine and find out if those directories are switched, or
nested WCs or something else strange. Use Check for Modifications in
the working copy to see this. Use the Subversion tab on the Windows
folder properties to check whether the WC URL is what you think it
should be.

On the WC that caused the problem try looking in
TortoiseSVN->Settings->Saved Data->Action Log and see what actions
were recorded.


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