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AW: AW: Re: What to do?

From: Markus Karg <markus.karg_at_quipsy.de>
Date: 2006-03-07 08:02:54 CET

Unfortunately the local WC is very large. There are a lot of local changes in a lot of files, and the files are in a lot of very deeply nested directories (as usual due to Java's package structure). So doing this manually without incidentially mangling .svn folders tends to be as long as reworking the past day... :-(
 
Thanks for your kind help, anyways.
 
Maybe someone knows a tool that can repair the broken WC?
I mean, it's not my data what is broken but the .svn folders.
So there should be a tool that can detect the problem and possibly repair it?
 
 
 
Mit freundlichem Gruss / With kind regards
Markus KARG, Staatl. gepr. Inf.
Entwicklung / R & D
QUIPSY QUALITY GmbH

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Von: Jeremy Pereira [mailto:jeremyp@jeremyp.net]
Gesendet: Di 07.03.2006 07:58
An: Markus Karg
Cc: kauer@biplane.com.au; users@subversion.tigris.org
Betreff: Re: AW: Re: What to do?

On Mar 7, 2006, at 15:47, Markus Karg wrote:

        Karl,
         
        sure I can use my backup, but losing one day's work is not nice. The intention of asking the community was to find a solution that prevents losing one day of work.
         
        I have done a svnadmin verify and it didn't tell any errors. So I think the repository is ok. How to check the local filesystem? I've done a cleanup (no problems reported) and tried the commit again, but still there is the same error.
         
        Any ideas (other than: "Remove your local work and checkout from repository.")?

If you can check out the code from the repository and your locally changed files are still readable, you can check out to some other place, copy your local changes over the top of the new working copy (be careful no to mung the .svn directories) and then commit that. After that, you can delete the original corrupt W/C and either check out again or even move the second W/C to replace the original.

If you can no longer read the locally modified files, that's probably the end of them.

         
         
         
        Mit freundlichem Gruss / With kind regards
        Markus KARG, Staatl. gepr. Inf.
        Entwicklung / R & D
        QUIPSY QUALITY GmbH

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        Von: Karl Auer [mailto:kauer@biplane.com.au]
        Gesendet: Mo 06.03.2006 16:58
        An: users@subversion.tigris.org
        Betreff: Re: What to do?
        
        

        On Mon, 2006-03-06 at 16:11 +0100, Markus Karg wrote:
> Filesystem is corrupt
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Ungültige Reihenfolge bei Änderung: Neue Knoten Revisions ID ohne
> Löschen
        
        Use your backups, Luke.
        
        Can you check out the latest revision? If so, maybe the filesystem it's
        talking about is yours, not the repository's.
        
        Regards, K.
        
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