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Re: Subversion DB corruption

From: Mike Scott <mike_at_mikescommunity.com>
Date: 2004-09-11 16:27:25 CEST

Hi Max

The machine hung just after committing, so my guess is that there was
still unflushed data in the disk cache. I would have expected a
journalling system to ensure that it's journal update were flushed to
disk before making any changes to the data.



Max Bowsher wrote:

> Mike Scott wrote:
>> Hi Max
>> Thanks for the offer. I've tried db_recover without success. All our
>> source is intact in the working directories so we'll just rebuild the
>> repository and accept we've lost all our revisions prior to now.
>> What I'm a little p****d about is that the system is supposed to be
>> journaled so that it can rollback in situations like this. So how come
>> it can't?
> Whatever mysterious corruption hit you seems to have managed to break
> both the database files and the journalling transaction log files.
> Max.

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