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Re: Broken repository. svnadmin verify and dump report a checksum mismatch.

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-06 22:56:58 CET

On Jan 6, 2006, at 21:13, John Savage wrote:

>>> Over the last two months we have been building up a repository
>>> based on a large code base built up over the past 5 years. After 57
>>> commits the repository is now sitting at 2.08GBs and we have run
>>> into a problem. 4 revisions are corrupt. “svnadmin verify” fails on
>>> revision 39. Using “svnadmin dump”, I’ve identified that the broken
>>> revisions are 39, 40, 42 and 43. The error reported by verify and
>>> dump is always something like:
>> What version of Subversion, please? And is the repository FSFS or
>> BDB?
> I'm using an FSFS repository on an NTFS file system. I have two
> 120Gig IDE
> drives in a RAID 1 configuration.
> According to my control panel->Add/Remove programs, I have subversion
> 1.2.3-r15833.
> Any other pertinent information required?

I'm not sure I have a solution to your problem, I'm just guessing
anyone who has one will probably need this info.

How large are each of those four revisions, and is that substantially
larger than the other revisions? Do you know what client program was
used to commit these revisions? Were all four made by the same person
or by different people?

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