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Re: Wishlist.

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-12-21 21:07:31 CET

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> I had two versions of subversion on my system, one was the stock debian
> package for stable (0.8, with bdb) and the other hand-built installed
> in /usr/local (1.1.1, with fsfs).
> I should have removed the old version.
> I should have used .bashrc and .bash_profile correctly, instead of just
> putting it all in .bash_profile, since I tend to always log in.
> When doing a remote svn+ssh request, the old svnadmin was used, and my
> repository was corrupted.

Actually, it was not. Your old svn just did not understand the structure of
fsfs ...

> My request is that if svnadmin starts an operation in a repository
> with the wrong fs-type (fsfs vs. bdb) it stops and complains.
> Instead, my nodes, changes and strings filed were deleted. The
> repository is unlikely to be recovered.

... since fsfs does not use (or even create) a nodes, changes or strings

You can remove the bdb related files, remove the old svn install and make
sure the new one is in your path. Nothing should be damaged.



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