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svnlook diff segfaults

From: Oliver Brakmann <obrakmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-09-14 20:33:45 CEST


I have a project hosted on berlios.de using SVN. It worked just fine
until yesterday, when we noticed that "svnlook diff /path/to/repos -r
xx" segfaults without producing any output at all. It still worked fine
on revision 86, and doesn't from revision 87 onwards. Now it doesn't
work on any revision at all anymore.

Other svnlook commands (info, tree etc.) do work, though. I can also run
an update on my working copy just fine and using svn diff to create the
same diff that svnlook would return works just as well.

svnadmin recover doesn't help things, either, I tried that already. And
svnadmin verify returns "verified" for every single revision. The only
thing I can see is that svnadmin lsxtns returns "2n" which doesn't
really help me much, but maybe it's a clue to some of you.

Anyway, if someone can point me to some way to find out what the problem
actually is, and perhaps how to solve it, I'd greatly appreciate it.

The OS is some kind of SuSE, but access to /etc/SuSE-release is not
permitted to non-root users :-/

Subversion is
svn, version 1.0.6 (r10360)
   compiled Aug 4 2004, 12:53:12

Holler if you need any more information.

Thanks in advance,

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