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Re: Base checksum mismatch

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-28 18:01:42 CEST

On Wed, 2004-07-28 at 09:28, Sam Perman wrote:
> I've been using subversion with no problems for a while then today I tried
> to do a checkin and got the following error:
> svn: Base checksum mismatch on
> '/server/trunk/editor/src/java/web/content/ContentGroupItemChangeAction.java':
> expected: 22f7f6d4a87cdf66a2f87731ab4c2fd7
> actual: f1129820c0e9ddec640c6c86a547b01c

This means that your "pristine" copy of the file (in .svn/text-base/)
doesn't match the checksum recorded for it in .svn/entries.

'svn commit' sends diffs to the server by comparing your modified file
against the pristine copy; the whole reason for this checksum
verification is to make sure you're sending correct diffs to the server.

So, more than likely, you pristine copy has been changed in some way...
perhaps by a runaway shell script command, or something? Either that,
or you have a disk error or bad sector or something.

Whatever the case, I would copy the edited file far away, destroy the
parent directory (rm -rf), then 'svn up' to have the parent directory
come back. Then copy your edited file back in, run 'svn diff' to verify
it all looks good, and commit.

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Received on Wed Jul 28 18:03:49 2004

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