Thanks a ton for the response. The repository is a commerical video
game project - we are making an online golf game called GoldenFairway
- the current version of which is at www.goldenfairway.com. The
repository and I are in Saint Louis, but we have remote team members
in Kansas, Pittsburg, NY, Asia, Oregon, and one travelling around the
world in a boat. The repository is several GB in size and we would
have been screwed without it. I got it back up late last night. I am
not sure if I could have supplied you with the repo.
Here is what I did to fix it (it took me all night to figure it out).
I erased the uuid table in the repo/db directory. Then from the home
directory, I ran "db_recover -c -h path/to/repo". Finally, it
recovered without errors. Then I dumped it to a new repo. Renamed it
to the old repo name and everything seems to be working great.
PS - let me know if you want to play some internet golf. I'll send
you a username and password.
On 6/11/05, Max Bowsher <email@example.com> wrote:
> Joseph Villard wrote:
> > Hi, guys,
> > I was moving/renaming files in the Tortoise repo browser (version 1.2)
> > and then everything just locked up on me. When I tried to update,
> > commit, or browse after that point, the only message I got was
> > "Connection closed unexpectedly".
> > So, I killed all the svnserve processes and went to work recovering.
> > The repo was recovered successfully, but when I try:
> > svnlook uuid /path/to/repo
> > svnadmin dump /path/to/repo...
> > I get the same error:
> > svn: Berkeley DB error while get repository uuid for filesystem
> > outsource/db: DB_PAGE_NOTFOUND: Requested page not found
> > I don't know how to fix this uuid problem.
> DB_PAGE_NOTFOUND is usually indicative of actual corruptions of the Berkeley
> DB files. Would you be able to provide me with a copy of the repository, so
> I can take a closer look?
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