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Re: Web Folders, renaming resources and SVNAutoversioning errors

From: Daniel Patterson <danpat_at_danpat.net>
Date: 2005-03-24 01:18:07 CET

Daniel Patterson wrote:
> I'm not exactly sure what this points to. Something wrong with
> the way transactions are cleaned up on FSFS on Win32? That doesn't
sound quite right, as regular CLI access to the repository works just
fine (no errors like this).

> I'm a bit suspicious of the file permissions, but I'm currently quite
confused at what the Win32 equivalent of umask is. I
> think the problem might lie there, but I'm not sure.
> The Apache instance on this box is running as the "Local System" user.

  And I've just setup a BDB repository on the same Win2k3 server
  that *doesn't* have this Web Folders problem.

  If I run "svnadmin lstxns" on the repository, it, sure enough,
  lists the dead transactions (they're empty directories).

  If I run "svnadmin rmtxns X" on those transactions, it fails
  with the following:

E:\svn-repositories>svnadmin rmtxns test 15-1
svn: Reference to non-existent node '0.0.t15-1' in filesystem 'test/db'

  And now, an empty file called "props" has appeared in

  Does anyone know what might be going on?


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