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Re: "Checksum mismatch" following upgrade to 1.2

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-07-05 02:00:30 CEST

Dave Littell <davidl@applink.net> writes:
> I upgraded to subversion 1.2 (and went through the BerkeleyDB upgrade
> to 4.3 "recovery" process described at the subversion site). Now
> commits fail with checksum mismatch errors. An "svnadmin verify" gets
> all the way to revision 6 (out of over 200) before cratering with
> another checksum mismatch.
> It seems pretty clear that the transition to the 4.3 database
> corrupted my repository. The repository traffic is extremely light
> (I'm the only one using it for generally (very) small commits) and all
> via file:///), so I'm having a hard time accepting that this is result
> of intense usage or mixed network/file access.
> Is there a way to repair the repository?

Do you still have a backup of the old 4.2 repository?

Frankly, I suggest and end-run around the whole thing -- just convert
the old repos to FSFS and go from there.

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