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Re: svn do nothing when accessing to repository

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-06-29 00:43:47 CEST

On Sun, 2004-06-27 at 03:16, Jan Matoušek wrote:
> Hi,
> i'm using svn 1.0.4 on Win XP profi. I have repository with about 40
> revisions, and now i can't access this repository.
> When I try to access to repository, the accessing application (svn
> commadn line client, svnadmin or TortoiseSVN) seems to be working,
> output nothing, and there is no disk activity (even not in filemon (from
> sysinternals.com)).
> I have backup from revision 32, so when i load this backup into new
> repository, commit into this repository the same changes as i commit
> into original repository (I have these changes in my working copy), the
> new repository is ok, I can access them. So the problem is somewhere in
> the old repository.
> Packed directory with my repository is about 3MB large, but nowadays I
> have no place to put it no web.

Are you accessing the repository directly via file:/// ? Perhaps the
repository got "stuck" and needs to be recovered? Read about 'svnadmin
recover' in chapter 5 of the book, and here's a FAQ:


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