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Re: repos not accessible after log files removed (II)

From: mark benedetto king <mbk_at_lowlatency.com>
Date: 2003-09-25 22:13:51 CEST

On Thu, Sep 25, 2003 at 09:06:43PM +0200, Jan Hendrik wrote:
> System W2K, SVN .27, Apache 2.0.47 (there was no SVN .28 for
> Windows, when .29 came I was too busy to trouble myself with the
> schema change, when through the work .30 was around the corner
> already, but now I am reluctant to upgrade a system that
> fundamentally stopped working).

Revision 6837, about a week after the 0.27 release, IIRC, fixed
a potential problem where "svnadmin recover" could actually corrupt
a repository. It is possible that you ran into this.

I recall that you mentioned that you had stopped Apache before running
a recovery. Do you happen to remember noticing "hung" httpd processes
later; in other words, is it possible that "apachectl stop" did not
actually kill all of the httpd processes?


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