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Re: Dead Revision After Reset

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-06-23 19:00:10 CEST

"Damiano Iannetta" <discobabyjez@hotmail.com> writes:
> I’m running svn on this machine (windows) and my machine reset for
> an unknown reason. Tried to commit some new files to the server and I
> get the error “Transaction Is Dead ‘37’”.
> Ran the svnadmin recover program and it said it had recovered up to
> revision 66. Still no luck. However, I can check out any revision up
> to revision 65. Looks like the last revision has been corrupted.
> Is there any way to fix it do you think? Alternatively, is there any
> way to delete the 66th revision and place the 65th as the head
> revision?

You could run 'svnadmin dump', edit the dumpfile to remove r66, and
then load the dumpfile into a new repository, and replace the old
repos with the new repos.

But I'd like to know more about this corruption -- that shouldn't be
happening. Can you tell us the version of Subversion (both client and
server), all the *exact* commands you ran, and all the exact output
they produced?

See http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/BUGS for more details on bug


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