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Stupid user question: Mapped drives mistake.

From: Allen Morgan <amorgan_at_aliensolutions.com>
Date: 2004-03-15 22:58:39 CET

We have caused an error in our sub version:

svnadmin verify c:\data\subversion
svn: Berkeley DB error while opening 'nodes' table for filesystem
Not enough space

I think this was caused recently when we started mapping to the
repository and adding, checking in and committing using a network share.

Needless to say (using shares) we're running the server on Windows 2000.

Now nothing seems to work (including the svnadmin verify) with Tortoise
we get Internal 500 error when trying to commit documents.

How do we get round this issue? Or are we irrevocably corrupted?

Thanks in advance

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Received on Mon Mar 15 22:59:10 2004

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