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Svn repository (berkely) has "really" crashed, input on how to recover?

From: Vidar <vl-list_at_ez.no>
Date: 2005-03-17 15:17:40 CET


I have a svn repository (0.36.0-8282) that has crashed. Doing a "svnadmin
recover" apparently fixed the problem. However, if I then try to dump the
repository (or do checkout, commit etc..) the repository instantly crashes
again. So I guess someting is really messed up in the db structure and that
"recover" is unable to fix.

Since I am unable to dump the repository, I am also unable to upgrade it.

So, does anyone have some input on what to try in order to get the repository
back online again (except using a previous backup) ?

Best regards,

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Received on Thu Mar 17 15:20:17 2005

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