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Re: failure with importing binaries

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-22 21:29:34 CET

On Feb 22, 2005, at 8:30 AM, Thomas Quas wrote:
> To me it looks like something weird happens during the checkout. Some
> However, checking the output of the import, binary file seem to be
> recognized correctly.

I have to admit, I see not a single piece of evidence that supports the
theory that subversion is corrupting data. In fact, you've given
evidence to the contrary... the files are byte-for-byte identical to
the originals, right? Why do you have any suspicions that "something
weird is happening in the checkout"?

There are N reasons why a java program would fail to start. It seems
like you've pretty much ruled out Subversion. Have you looked at other
environmental factors? Perhaps you could show us the server.log file
with the actual exception in it.

Another experiment: unpack the jboss tarball into the /tmp area and
try starting it. I bet it gives you the same exception.

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