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svn verify checksum error -- can't dump

From: Eric Jonas <jonas_at_cortical.mit.edu>
Date: 2004-04-23 17:06:27 CEST

Hello! I'm running svn 1.0.0 on a debian/testing x86 machine, and I have
been running into errors when trying to dump my repository. Running svn
verify I get:

svn: Checksum mismatch on rep '1ok':
   expected: 401a4af07ce03b415eabfb44ace8b11d
     actual: 707192ea2ea542e06f21b81f5820a87f

The scenario is as follows: I originally had my repository on an alpha,
which had a dying scsi disk. I performed a successful dump, scp'd the
file over to this new server, and did a load. No problems. The new
server keeps the repository on a software raid-1 array, and has never
reported any disk read problems.

So, I have a dump file for revisions 0-519 from the original server that
is fine, and I have made 43 revisions since then. My next thought was,
take the original dump file, and try to combine it with a dump from the
new server, for the new revisions. Alas,

soma:/soma# svnadmin dump -r520:563 projects/soma/svn/ >
svn: Checksum mismatch on rep '2g5':
   expected: 39f42fd163ef3ac6aed59f2b2b6cc986
     actual: f716062d6b60709714eb3727707032ff

So now I'm rather stuck, it seems. Is there any way to 1. figure out
what caused this and 2. save those 43 revisions?

Thanks for all the help -- I've never had problems like this before.

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Received on Fri Apr 23 17:07:10 2004

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