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Re: Win2k Server client NTFS corruption problems

From: Phillip Susi <psusi_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2006-01-04 22:07:08 CET

Well if you had to run chkdsk, it certainly has nothing to do with
subversion. It is possible that you found an obscure bug in the OS, but
a hardware problem is far more likely. Run memtest86 on the machine
overnight and see if it reports any bad ram.

Xn Nooby wrote:
> I believe NTFS is journaled, it's pretty fault-tolerant.
> I was suspicous of TortoiseSVN when Windows Explorer refused to browse
> the directory ("directory inaccessible"). I thought maybe Tortoise did
> it while color-coding the status icons.
> We are now just running the command-line Subversion tools, so that
> should help us figure out if it is Tortoise or not. All my cheerleading
> to get us to use Subversion is haunting me right now, lol.

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