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Re: "svn: No such revision '1'" error during checkout

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-06-20 20:39:31 CEST

"Monks, Peter" <peter.monks@vignette.com> writes:
> G'day everyone,
>
> I just created a new repository on our trusty SVN 1.0.5 server, and
> attempted to check it out using TortoiseSVN 1.2.0 as well as the SVN
> 1.2.0 command line client and in both cases I get the following error
> message:
>
> svn: No such revision '1'
>
> All of the following commands give this error:
>
> svn checkout svn://fu.bar.com/path/to/repos
> svn checkout svn://fu.bar.com/path/to/repos/
> svn checkout -r HEAD svn://fu.bar.com/path/to/repos/
> svn checkout -r {2005-06-20} svn://fu.bar.com/path/to/repos/
>
> When I tried checking out the BASE revision, the error message changed
> to:
>
> svn: Bogus revision information given
>
> Did I muck something up or is this an incompatibility between 1.2
> clients and a 1.0 server?
>
> Environment:
> Server: SVN 1.0.5 from sunfreeware.com running on SPARC Solaris 5.9
> Client 1: TortoiseSVN 1.2.0 build 3602 from tigris.org running on
> Windows 2000
> Client 2: SVN 1.2.0 from tigris.org running on Windows 2000

This is very bizarre.

Do you have administrative access to the repository? Can you
successfully run 'svnadmin dump > /dev/null' on it?

What directory are you in on the client side when you run this? Is
there a working copy named 'repos' there?

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Received on Mon Jun 20 21:24:49 2005

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