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Re: WC locked. Can't cleanup: ... (with original error message and log files)

From: Sindbad the Seafarer <sindbad.the.seafarer_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-08-22 18:30:03 CEST

Concerning Re: WC locked. Can't cleanup: ... (
cmpilato@collab.net wrote on 21 Aug 2003, 22:26, at least in part:

> "Steve Dwire" <sdwire@pcsigroup.com> writes:
>
> > svn_io_file_rename: can't move 'C:/SVNTest/Dest/DocStore/Data
> > Documents/Physicians/.svn/tmp/entries' to 'C:/SVNTest/Dest/DocStore/Data
> > Documents/Physicians/.svn/entries'
>
> Is 'C:/SVNTest/Dest/DocStore/Data Documents/Physicians/.svn/entries'
> read-only, by any chance?

I had practically the very same error yesterday after moving the
repository to another machine and one working copy as well.
Trying to update that working copy produced the same error,
cleanup did not resolve the problem. I did not bother much with
this, however, and moved the wc out of the way and simply
checked out a fresh one. A filemanager synch transferred
added/modified files to the new working copy.

Updating another working copy via http (after relocating) was ok.

The entries file in the folder mentioned in the error message was
read only, but looking at other folders I found that obviously all are
read only.

The repository was moved to the other machine, but to the same
place there (d:\SVNRepos), the working copy just got the parent
folder renamed (d:\internet instead of d:\internet1 on the former
machine). It accessed the repository by file:///d:/SVNRepos, so
there was no change and no relocate needed.

Jan Hendrik

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