----- Original Message -----
From: "stephen meechan" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 12:33 AM
Subject: No transaction name 'a80' running on NT4 system
> Subversion 1.0.5 using svnserve.
> OS NT 4.0 Server with SP 6.
> Clients are Windows 2000 with TortoiseSVN.
> The repository was migrated from CVS 10 days ago and was just gradually
> being put to use.
> When trying to check in a change there was an error reported that needed
> recovery, unfortunately the person running it didn't save the exact
> I stopped svnserve and ran svnadmin recover which came back ok with
> at 13211.
> Retrying the commit though came back with an error "No transaction named
> 'a80'. DB needs recovery". I ran recovery again, but this time also
> Verify goes through to 13210 and then reports the same error.
> svnadmin lstxns has 4 transactions, a4s is from august 3rd, a82, a83 and
> look like the original commit plus the retries.
> svnadmin dump worked up to revision 13210 and I'm rebuilding the db now
> that. 13210 has the files that were changed Monday, so 13211 would only be
> files changed Tuesday. The server was rebooted late Monday, other than
> there are no errors recorded.
> Is it ok to use svnserve with NT4? I cant see anything on the site or
> mailing list to indicate there might be problems.
> Are there any tools to find out what has gone wrong with the db?
> It looks like svnadmin hotcopy doesn't detect the error which implies I
> could overwrite a good backup with one that has problems and not know it
> unless I also do verify every time? Or is there a better way of doing it?
One more follow up question, I've restored the repository up to revision
13210, but whenever I try to access it from the working copy I get the error
"svn : Reference to non-existent revision '13211' in filesystem"
13211 is the lost revision, is there any way other than checking out a new
working copy to get back in sync?
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Received on Wed Aug 11 02:47:36 2004