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RE: SOD/Reboot on win32 when doing svn co

From: <jason_at_subversus.org>
Date: 2006-06-28 01:26:23 CEST

This sounds very much like an anti-virus problem. I would recommend
checking the file out from the server, taking a copy of it to your machine,
and then checking the file with your anti-virus software. I suspect that
doing this will show the file in question to contain a virus signature
(whether or not it is actually "infected" is another issue altogether).


From: Alexander Ogol [mailto:alexander@ogol.info]
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 6:34 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: SOD/Reboot on win32 when doing svn co




we have stable NT blue screen on client machine when doing checkout using


Error code 1000007f, parameter1 00000008, parameter2 f87cfd70, parameter3
00000000, parameter4 00000000.



Both Server and Client are 1.3.1 on WinXP SP2; tried to access using svn and
local protocols

I have converted our CVS repository to SubVersion, and now on my machine and
machine of nearest developer we have SOD when trying to checkout

svn co svn://server/project/trunk

SOD is when process tries to checkout one specific binary file (.doc)

svnadmin restore and svnadmin verify doesn't show anything problematic. (and
there was no checkins after proceeding with cvs2svn)

If I do checkout from the server (I mean computer where svn server is setted
up) or from other our servers, there are no problems at all.. (with both svn
and local protocols)

I have tried to create local repository on problematic machine with files in
problematic directory (added /doc directory), but all works correctly with
this new repository


I fear that problems can be related to antivirus DrWeb Enterprise Agent,
which is turned on on our computers, but I'm not sure (in fact, some of our
servers also have it, I need check it)


Had you anything related? What can we do?

Received on Wed Jun 28 01:28:46 2006

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