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Re: No repository found in 'svn://'

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-02-24 11:11:00 CET

Steven.T.Novakovich@nokia.com wrote:
> Hello svn gurus,
> I had an svn repository up and running on an IBM PC
> A few days ago the PC was bounced (repeatedly).
> We even lost the kernel routing table entries because
> whoever entered them originally must've only used
> route add xxxxx
> commands instead of using the /etc/sysconfig/network file.
> Anyway, now when we try to, say, do an svn update
> to the main node of our repository tree, an error comes
> back saying:
>> svn up
> svn: No repository found in 'svn://'
> But if I do a:
> [root@SOLdap svn]# svnlook tree /usr/local/svn
> I get all the tree:ed output that I would expect.
> (I'm not going to show it here for the sake of confidentiality.)
> So the repository IS there.
> So why doesn't [it] work???

Sounds like the same careless person who set up the routing also set up

svnserve was probably running with a different -r (--root) option before the


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