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Re: Sudden "File not found" error for a subfolder of a repository

From: Benjamin Jackson <bhjackson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-17 14:54:33 CEST

Hi all,

Sorry to re-post, but I haven't gotten a response, and this is fairly
urgent... does anyone know what might be up, or where I might find more
information about this (if not this list)? Thanks again,


On 7/13/06, Benjamin Jackson <bhjackson@gmail.com> wrote:
> I just tried to commit some changes to a folder that I haven't touched for
> a
> day or two, and on committing I got an error saying the resource was not
> found on the server.
> I fired up my browser, opened the repo and tried to get to the same
> resource, getting the same message ("The requested URL
> /senise/trunk/script/
> was not found on this server."). Reverting to yesterday's backup of the
> repo
> did not help.
> I then tried removing the offending directory, committing and re-adding
> it,
> but got a 409 error when trying to commit the add, and on returning to the
> browser to check the repo saw that the directory was still there in the
> new
> revision!
> Anyone have any idea what's up? Thanks for your help,
> Ben
Received on Mon Jul 17 14:56:27 2006

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