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Re: svnadmin dump error

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-03-07 18:12:39 CET

Nathan Bullock wrote:
> Sorry if this a dupe. I posted this email to this
> group last night but it didn't seem to get through. I
> have now signed up for the group and am reposting.
> I am trying to dump my svn repository. But it gets to
> revision 482 of 563 and it spits out this error and
> stops dumping.
> svn: Filesystem path
> 'FamilyWebsite/PureContent/NadhanSite3.py' is neither
> a file nor a directory
> I am stumped. I tried running svn recover. That didn't
> fix it. I hope there is some way to fix this. I don't
> care if I lose this file but I don't want to lose
> everything.
> I am using subversion 1.0.9 on fedora core 2. I was
> dumping it so I could upgrade to 1.1.3 and fsfs.
> Any help would be appreciated.

Apparently your BDB database has suffered mysterious corruption.
Please make a tarball of your repository, put it on a web/ftp site, email me
the url, and I will see if it is possible to manually repair the damage.


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Received on Mon Mar 7 18:17:08 2005

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