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Repository corruption

From: Tracy R Reed <treed_at_ultraviolet.org>
Date: 2005-07-14 06:20:48 CEST

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svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581)
CentOS 4.0

fsfs storage

I am occasionally seeing strange corruption in my checked out code
consisting of things like:

<<<<<<< .mine

<<<<<<< .mine
<<<<<<< .mine

                print_r ($arCC);
>>>>>>> .r1775

>>>>>>> .r1774
                # get list ACCode
        # get list ACCode
>>>>>>> .r1777

Anyone know what's up with this? I have run svnadmin verify on the repo
and it reports no problems. I did migrate this repo from a bdb to fsfs
storage and in the process played some filter games that might have
screwed things up. I used svndumpfilter to rearrange some things and I
also ran a regex on the dump file to take a leading directory off of the
path of all of the files which was unwanted. I was pretty careful in how
I did it and consulted with a few people on the IRC channel but I think
that is the most likely source of the corruption. There is 527M of stuff
in the repo. Are there any other tools which can be used to consistancy
check and repair an svn repo?


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Tracy R Reed
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