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Re: Repository reset back to 0

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2006-02-22 11:01:10 CET

On Tuesday 21 February 2006 23:20, scottb@projxpert.com wrote:
> Hi,
> Please help, I can't access my data.
> I'm running 1.3 and have had this happen twice now which is a little
> disconcerting. All of a sudden the repository goes from Revision x to 0. It
> appears like theres nothing in there at all.
> From the server if I run the svnlook youngest command it still shows x.
> However, viewing from the web or using TortoiseSvn it appears like its a
> fresh repository with Revision 0. I can't access my data although from the
> db/revs all the revisions are still in the directory.

Interesting. Are the permissions on the repository correct? For a FSFS
repository repo/db/current hold the current revision information.

> Has anyone else experienced this. I tried using svnadmin recover without
> any luck.

Never experienced this problem, but I can tell you that svnadmin recover will
do nothing for a FSFS repository. It's designed to never wedge. I think
your problem is probably permissions related.


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