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Re: svn: No such string '21p'

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-03-26 00:36:08 CET

Roland Bramm wrote:
> At 15:32 Uhr -0600 25.03.2004, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>> On Thu, 2004-03-25 at 15:29, Roland Bramm wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Sorry which tables ?
>>
>> The tables are all the things which aren't logs (log.*) and aren't
>> shared memory segments (__db.*), and isn't the DB_CONFIG file. There
>> should be 8 tables.
>
> Ah ic,
>
> this will get a quit e big file .... (so i didnt attach) but i put
> the stuff on my webserver
> http://mactpc01.cern.ch/~rbramm/svnerror/
> there are all tables just gzipped, and one tar.gz with all files (so
> if you need all in the tar.gz everything is ...)
>
> Thanks in advance !!

I've analyzed the repository.

String '21p' is the contents of fulltext representation '1os', which is the
contents of the file '/Utilitys/trunk/makeGetSet.C' in revision 284. This
data is lost.

In a *copy* of your repository, change to the the db subdirectory and run
the attached script.
That will recreate the lost string as an empty string, and overwrite the
representation with one containing the correct md5 checksum. The
makeGetSet.C file will now contain zero bytes in the repository. Hopefully
you still have a working copy with it in, and can check in the real file.

Max.

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