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Re: We could find some revision in SVN repository

From: Daniel Becroft <djcbecroft_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2009 08:31:56 +1000

On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 6:44 AM, Petr Fejfar <petr.fejfar_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> 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...

That would indicate that these revisions did not modify anything in the path
below the two directories (signfied by the ..\..\ information).

> 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

If the revisions are showing up in the log for the directory two levels
above, then the revisions are not missing - it means that the changes in
these revisions happen on paths outside of the URL you are committing to.

From the command line, do the following for each of the missing revisions,
and post the information that is output (including any error messages, etc):
(substitute %REP_ROOT% for the actualy URL of our repository - make sure you
specify the actual repository root, though).

svn diff -c 203 --summarize %REP_ROOT%
svn diff -c 212 --summarize %REP_ROOT%

If these revisions are actually 'missing', then this command should error.
If the revisions are actually there (which would indicate the repository
appears to be intact), then this will tell you the paths that were changed
in these revisions.

Daniel B.

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