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Re: unable to bump revision (error in working copy)

From: Clint Chapman <clint_at_luminosindustries.com>
Date: 2005-06-30 20:08:16 CEST

David Weintraub wrote:

>Are you using bdb or fsfs as your repository database format? Sounds
>like you're using bdb (it's what is used by default).
fsfs actually - it's the new default (since 1.2?)

>It also sounds
>like you manually removed a file that the bdb was using to track who
>has access to the database. Only a single user at a time should be
>committing changes into Subversion, and the lock file ensures that.
I certainly didn't change any files on purpose (i.e. I wasn't mucking
about in the repository file system)

>Also try the "svnadmin recover" command to see if you can recover from
>your database errors.
However, it appears it was a problem with my working copy after all. I
checked out another working copy and copied only the changed files (I
copied the everything including the .svn folders last time) and
everything checked in fine. I'm still not sure what caused the
problem. I hope things go more smoothly in the future.

Thanks for the suggestions,

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Received on Thu Jun 30 20:47:29 2005

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