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Re: Re: access is denied in Win7 x64

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 07:30:57 +0200


On 2 September 2010 02:44, Mike Dewhirst <miked_at_dewhirst.com.au> wrote:
> Leo
> Yes - I only elevated privileges to see if that fixed it. It didn't. I'm happy to drop that if you think I should. I can't imagine it making any difference though.
> I just tried another test. On a different drive J: on the same Novell network I did SVN Checkout of a different repository.
> After 26kb - which was a small part of the directory tree and two files - the process stopped with exactly the same error.
> "Can't remove file 'J:\jgb\clients\Spectrum Transport\.svn\log': Access is denied."
> I just navigated there and was able to manually delete the log file via Explorer.
> I did the checkout to the Win 7 desktop and it transferred 1.47MBytes and finished without error.
> Still stumped

1. Try reproducing the issue using the SVN command line client
(preferably the same version as the SVN libraries that TSVN uses; you
can check in TSVN->About)
2. Try it with the 32-bit client and the 64-bit client to see if it
makes a difference

Perhaps a virus scanner/indexing service is interfering?

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