>Wade Hampton <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>I am fairly new to subversion but really like it, however I am having
>>a problem. I am
>>running Subversion 1.1.1 on RedHat 7.3 (server) and RedHat 9 (client).
>>I ran svn cleanup on the repository:
>> svn cleanup <path>/svn/<reponame>
>Cleanup is only for working copies, not for repositories. (You're
>clear on the difference between these two things, right? If not, we
>need to get that straight before moving on.)
My initial thought it was on the working copy side.... However this is
reproducable each time I try to check out my repository on my computer.
I also tried checking it out on another machine with the same results.
Machine 1 (gator): RedHat 9, Subversion 1.1.1
Machine 2 (george): RedHat WS 3 update 2, Subversion 1.1.1
>Is this repository publically accessible? Can we try a checkout?
Nope. It is on a closed network.
>>However, I am still gettting the same error when trying to check it out
>>(e.g., checkout into a new directory):
>> svn checkout <server>/svn/<name> test3
>Hmmm, error on the exact same file? Can you check out other areas of
>the repository without a problem?
Yes. Call my repository E with a structure:
My server is gandalf. The following works and gets all under the "bin"
svn checkout http://gandalf:8080/svn/E/trunk/bin ebin
A full checkout of my repository results in the error:
svn checkout http://gandalf:8080/svn/E test123
A checkout of the install_system directory results in the error:
svn checkout http://gandalf:8080/svn/trunk/install_system is_test
>By the way:
>Please don't substitute aliases into bug reports unless you absolutely
>must. For example, don't say things like "svn checkout
><server>/svn/<name>" and "svn checkout <url>/svn/<reponame>".
>Instead, give the *actual* URL you typed. If we had the entire
>literal command, we could see what access method you were using, which
>might make a difference.
OK. I've only changed the URL where required (e.g., server full name and
Server info: RedHat 7.3 with updates
apache2 and apr: 2.0.48
I hope this helps.
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Received on Wed Dec 1 22:53:59 2004