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svnadmin dump failure

From: John Lansberry <jelansberry_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2004-03-26 00:49:59 CET

> From: Ben Collins-Sussman <mailto:sussman@collab.ne>

> Content-Type: text/plain

> Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 15:13:05 -0600

> Subject: svnadmin dump failure

> On Thu, 2004-03-25 at 15:07, Lansberry, John E. wrote:

>> "svn: Berkeley DB error while reading string for filesystem

>> SVNRepository/db: Input/output error"

> Is this svn 1.0? What version of BerkeleyDB?

> This looks like a low-level disk i/o problem. Is your disk full or

> something?
I am using SVN 1.0. I'm not sure what version of BerkeleyDB (it's
whatever comes with the Windows binary release of SVN 1.0 I guess). I
have performed an error check on my hard drive (just using the Windows
XP disk error checker). The disk is definitely not full. I've got an
80GB hard drive, and I'm only using about 20GB total.
The odd thing is that the repository seems to be behaving properly. I
can check out a working copy and I can commit a new revision. I just
can't do a dump of the repository, and backup software cannot read the
"strings" file in my repository.
Received on Fri Mar 26 00:50:27 2004

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