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RE: binaries corrupted after import

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-02-22 22:13:04 CET

Thomas Quas wrote:
>>> Can anybody help?
>> Not yet. Could you do a "diff -ru /path/from/tgz /path/from/svn"?
>> What is the difference?
> No difference.
> [1]$ diff -ru /path/from/tgz /path/from/svn | grep -v -i "only in"
> [2]$
> Is there anything more I can do? A bunch of people are gonna
> pull their knifes if I tell them that our repository is not
> working as expected...

If there's no difference, perhaps your original symptoms are
not related to file contents (corruption) but rather something
else entirely?

Your original post mentioned building JBoss in /tmp/jboss --
Perhaps your /tmp filesystem has a noexec bit set, or is out
of disk space?

I know next to nothing about JBoss, but perhaps that server.log
will give you a hint.

Are file permissions important? If so, then check that they

In case you weren't aware of it, the "svn export" works much
the same as a checkout, but does not create the ".svn" folders
for metadata. (of course, you can't use the result as a
working copy without that metadata)

Robert Hunter
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