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Checksum mismatch

From: Rick Apichairuk <rapichai_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-20 04:44:37 CET

I recently got an error while using subversion.

This first happened when I tried to commit a change.

[ user@machine ] svn commit -m "changed menu items" sidenav.html
Sending sidenav.html
Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Checksum mismatch for resulting fulltext
   expected checksum: 3fb87063c392591bb1aac42ab7cc0210
   actual checksum: d67a322cc96601869559e432f89cd6a1

svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
svn: '/data/projects/logicmerc.com/trunk/htdocs/secure/svn-commit.2.tmp

I tried searching for internet for information on this type of error
and found a couple of threads on the subversion mailing lists. One of
the threads contained a recommendation to use svnadmin verify...

[ user@machine ] $ svnadmin verify /path/to/my/repository
* Verified revision 0.
svn: Checksum mismatch on rep '0':
   expected: 288dc2217964c3cd0c8ac3449c091e87
     actual: 1f1ab77ea562128cfc91f6bc764731e6

It seems like the repository is corrupted at revision 0.

1. What causes this error and why does it happen?
2. Can I prevent it from happening again?
3. Is there anyway for me to recover from this situation?



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