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Re: Corrupted Transactions [Lost data]

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-18 19:02:35 CET

On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 11:33, Adam Gautier wrote:
> > This is a four-month old version of svn. We're
> > about to release 1.0.
> > You really need to upgrade to 0.37 or 1.0 if you
> > want to get support
> > from the community.
> I know, I just have not had any problems so far and I
> have been going with ain't broke don't fix mentality.
> I will be updating to 1.0 on release.

May as well upgrade to 0.37 now. It's no different than waiting to
upgrade to 1.0 on Monday. :-)

> [Wed Feb 18 11:24:14 2004] [error] [client
>] Could not open the FS root for the
> revision just committed. [500, #160004]
> [Wed Feb 18 11:24:14 2004] [error] [client
>] (2)No such file or directory: corrupt
> entry in 'transactions' table for '165' in filesystem
> '/usr/local/svnroot/tripking/db' [500, #160004]

This is not good. We've seen problems like this with db4.1 before, and
many fs bugs have been fixed since 0.32. My recommendation is that you
do a dump and load again, and upgrade to db 4.2, apache-2.0.48, and svn
1.0 (0.37) ASAP, and let us know if the problems persist.

Your problems are real, and we're not trying to blow them off. But it's
a waste of time to try to hunt down problems in software older than
those version numbers. The problems might already be fixed.

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