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Re: MacOS X problems---Corrupt repository

From: Roland Bramm <roland_at_butlers-djihad.de>
Date: 2003-07-28 11:14:34 CEST

At 9:52 Uhr +0200 27.07.2003, Benny Siegert wrote:
>>B. W. Fitzpatrick wrote:
>>>Benny Siegert <bsiegert@gmx.de> writes:
>>>>I am using Subversion on MacOS X to manage some big LaTeX
>>>>documents. I have the following versions from fink:
>>>>ii svn-client 0.19.1-3 Compelling replacement for CVS
>>>>ii db4-shlibs 4.0.14-12 Shared Libraries for db4
>>>Bzzt! Bzzt! Warning!
>>>First, PLEASE do not use BDB 4.0.* on Mac OS X--it has known threading
>>>bugs that can turn your db files into creme brulee.
>>Also, 0.19.1 is not exactly the latest release.
>I know that it is old, but I had been using it for several months
>without upgrading. And with a corrupt repository, I didn't dare
>upgrading ...
>Oh, and I also tried a 'svnadmin recover'. It seems to run OK, but
>the checkout still fails:
>[manitou:~] bsiegert% svnadmin recover svn/
>Acquiring exclusive lock on repository db.
>Recovery is running, please stand by...
>Recovery completed.
>The latest repos revision is 39.
>[manitou:~] bsiegert% cd /tmp
>[manitou:/tmp] bsiegert% svn co file:///Users/bsiegert/svn/Studium/AAC_II/
>svn: Invalid filesystem transaction name
>svn: no transaction named `1e' in filesystem `/Users/bsiegert/svn/db'


i had the same error once on my MacosX mashine ... it happened also
with the db4.0.14 ...
I updated to a new svn on the new db 4.1.x but the error remained :-(

But i was capable of making a svnadmin dump then i deleted my repos
and "checked" in the complete dump. since then the whole thing is
completly stable ...

Maybe this helps


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Received on Fri Aug 22 08:57:09 2003

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