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Re: Strange error while doing stress test

From: Roland Schwingel <Roland.Schwingel_at_onevision.de>
Date: 2003-10-13 15:48:09 CEST


Thanks for your reply...

> > Add a line to a testfile
> > svn: Baseline incorrect
> > svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> > svn:
> > The specified baseline is not the latest baseline, so it may not be
> > out.
> >
> > What does this mean? Couldn't find anything like that in the mailing
> > archive...
> This is a mod_dav_svn error string, reporting that you are trying to
> modify (well, CHECKOUT in the DAV-sense, to be precise) an out of date
> resource. You can probably expect to see this kind of error any time
> a commit from a client B happens in the middle of client A's commit
> process.
> It's a little confusing because DAV's notion of a "checkout" is not
> the same as that of a Subversion client. A CHECKOUT request is sent
> as a way for the client to tell the server, "I'm about to start making
> modifications to this path."
What are the effects on me (what I mean is repository/working copy)
when getting this? Is now something broken? Is something inconsistent
after that? Is this really an error or more a warning?

If it is an error or has bad effects what can be done against that?



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