RE: New Files Always Rejected in 1.8.1+
From: Geoff Field <Geoff_Field_at_aapl.com.au>
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2013 13:11:03 +1000
Can you reproduce with the command line tools? If so, this could be a problem with SVN rather than TortoiseSVN, and would need to be reported to the SVN user list.
It has already been reported (although not much has been done about it) and it IS a problem with SVN. Specifically, it's to do with the interaction with older server versions.
For details of what I posted and did, see the thread started by me here:
Error: File 'ServiceTests/TestFiles/Service.db.corrupted' already exists
This aborts the entire check-in. In all cases, the files do not actually exist, and updating does nothing. 1.8.0 can commit these files in the Added state with no problem. SVN Cleanup does nothing, reboot does nothing.
Issue does NOT occur in:
Issue occurs in:
My system: Win 7 Pro, SP1 (6.1), 64-bit OS
I am happy to provide more details if necessary. I do not see this issue being mentioned in either the forum or the change log, so I hope I did my " homework".
I think you might have to upgrade your server software, as we did (if that's an option for you). But here's a caveat: If you have a repository that's in BDB format, it will need to be upgraded to FSFS format. There's a discussion about that archived starting here:
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