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RE: Re: Can't open file caused by file replication?

From: Lucien Okkes <l.okkes_at_tennet.org>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 00:54:35 -0800 (PST)

> On 04.03.2010 15:15, Lucien Okkes wrote:
> > We are currently running TortoiseSVN version 1.6.3 build 16613 on a
> > Citrix server with RES Powerfuse. We have 2 citrix servers and the
> > workload is balanced between these 2 servers. It is not predetemined
> > on which server a developer is going to work when logging in.
> > Therefore, the working environment is replicated between the two
> > citrix servers. The citrix servers are running Windows 2003 R2. We
> > use DFS for file replication.
> >
> > Occasionally TortoisSVN generates a "can't open file" error message
> > (see attachment) on the E: drive. This E: drive is available on both
> > citrix servers and the files on the E: drive are replicated.
> >
> > No virusscanner is active on the citrisservers therefore
> > filereplication is in our opinion the most likely cause.
> >
> > Is this issue kwown? Is any workaround available for this problem?
> That error message can also occur if there are two files in the
> repository with the same name but only differing in case (e.g. FILE.txt
> and file.txt). Make sure you don't have such two or more files in the
> repo because Windows can't deal with those.
> Another possibility is that the replication didn't work properly. Maybe
> the file was/is empty and the replication doesn't copy empty files?
> Stefan
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Stefan, thanks for your suggestions.
We have tested the replication of empty files and this works ok. The file that can't be opened has an unique filename.

We noticed that the missing file is located in the \.svn\ directory (see attachment in first post). The developers stated that the error is always related to files in a .svn directory. Does this ring a bell?



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