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Re: svn get "stuck" on one file

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-06-28 15:15:42 CEST

Jan Erik Mostr÷m wrote:
> I'm running an older version of subversion (1.1 something I think)
> for a small workgroup, we're using the svn protocol to access the
> repository.
> Last week we met physically to work together for a few days and
> during that time we used a WiFi network that had some problems (we
> lost connection frequently).
> Back home, I'm trying to get my local copy up to date and issue a
> svn update
> and not much happen, after trying this for several subfolders I
> identify one folder which seem to be the cause of the problem.
> Stepping into this folder and doing a "svn status" results in
> ! .
> Since I can't do a "svn update" and "svn cleanup" doesn't seem to
> help I tried fetching a new local copy but subversion "hangs" when it
> comes do a file
> A trunc/tc/x/y/z/aaa.doc
> A trunc/tc/x/y/z/bbb.doc
> nothing happens after the line about "bbb.doc" has been printed.
> Being no subversion expert but responsible for the repository I'm at
> a loss to how I can fix this. I looked in the book and the FAQ but
> couldn't find anything that "triggered my eye", does anyone has some
> advise on how to fix this?

How are you doing the checkout itself? And are you using the command line
client, or a graphical client like TortoiseSVN? Can you do the checkout
successfully by logging into the SVN server and doing it locally?

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