I second this issue. I recently made a post about this issue in the
email@example.com mailing-list, and quickly there was a couple of
replies of other people experiencing the same issue (all running Windows
both as client and on server. In my case we're running svnserve.exe
(Subversion 1.0.2) on WinXP Pro and connecting over svn://).
When this occurs to us, sometimes a seemingly "magic" set of a lot of clean
up's, updates and even deletion of a directory or two seem to help. However,
sometimes we have to revert back to make checkout again.
This problem is usually followed by a couple of "is locked" or "is not
locked" error messages before a clean up may successfully be executed.
This happens (too) often (like a few times per week per developer). In
File not found: transaction 'xx', path 'Trunk/Codebase/Source/'
(Where xx is changing for every try and the path may be different depending
where the update is performed.)
What is the reason for this error message? What causes it or what might be
the symptom? Any suggested way of how to dig deeper or debug it?
As of now, it seems to happens somewhat random, although we haven't tried to
reproduce (next time it happens I'll try to make a copy of the problematic
working copy (>50000 files, >2 GB data).
From: Gabriel Michaud [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: den 6 maj 2004 02:29
Subject: File not found: transaction 'ct', path 'trunk/Setup'
Once in a while we're getting the following error when updating our local
copy. Usually I can do the update again however it happened to us quite a
few times that we've had to delete our local directory tree and check out
again. What could be causing this? When it happens, what I can do to fix it?
It seems to happen if I commit individual files instead of doing my commit
on the trunk directory however I'm 100% sure about this.
svn: File not found: transaction 'ct', path 'trunk/Setup'
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