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binaries corrupted after import

From: Thomas Quas <tquas_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-02-22 17:38:13 CET


I think I have a major bummer here:

1. I extracted the JBoss 4.0.1sp1.tar.bz2 binary package; get it from

2. I imported the package into our repository
    $ svn import -mblurb svn+ssh://box/repo/trunk/jboss

3. I checked out JBoss at some other place
    $ cd /tmp
    $ svn co svn+ssh://box/repo/trunk/jboss

4. Trying to start the JBoss server under /tmp/jboss fails with an
exception. I have the server.log file available just in case somebody cares.

a1. Started the server in the original directory (see step 2); works.

a2. Removing all '.svn' directories under /tmp/jboss (see step 3) so
that it does not pick up the mirrored files. Still failing.

a3. Tried 'svn add' instead of 'svn import' (see step 2). Still failing.

To me it looks like something weird happens during the checkout.
However, checking the output of the import, binary file seem to be
recognized correctly. An 'svn st' on /tmp/jboss doesn't show any
differences to the repository--which would be scary.

I'm running the following setup:
   Server: RedHat Enterprise Linux 3, Subversion 1.1.3-1
   Client: Debian sarge, Subversion 1.1.3-1

Can anybody help?



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