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Re: AW: Re: What to do?

From: Saulius Grazulis <grazulis_at_akl.lt>
Date: 2006-03-07 08:13:04 CET

On Tuesday 07 March 2006 08:47, 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.")?

What about "Do *not* remove your local work, check out fresh WC in some other
place, possibly on other HDD/machine"?

This might show if the problem is with the repo or with the WC. If WC is
corrupt, then the things are not so bad -- I would try to rsync new
(uncommitted) changes from your old WC (excluding .svn files, of cource; let
me know if you need command syntax), and continue in the new WC. Old
(presumably corrupt) WC can be deleted when you see that new WC is fine.


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