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Disconnection halfway through commit - files now 'obstructed'

From: Michael Abbott <mabster_at_alphalink.com.au>
Date: 2005-02-22 13:54:23 CET

Hi guys!

I thought this would have been a good FAQ item, but alas I couldn't find
one. Feel free to flame me if I'm wrong :P

My friend has a repository on his machine with a berkeley backend. I
connect to his machine, which is running through Apache. We're both
using Windows, and using Tortoise to do the SVN work (this shouldn't
contribute to this discussion ;). Today I committed a huge group of
files to his repository, but halfway through the connection timed out
(this does appear to happen occasionally). When I tried to commit again
I discovered there were now problems. All the new files in the DB are
considered to be 'obstructed' and I have no idea how to cancel my atomic
operation. I assume this is possible from my end considering the nature
of subversion :-) How do I do this?

I don't have the original folder any more due to massive amounts of
playing around trying to fix this, so if something was stored in there
it's now gone.

Thanks in advance,
- Mab

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