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

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-17 15:04:35 CEST

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!

I'd start by concentrating on the original error. Why was the
requested URL not found now when it was before? Does the rest of your
repository work, just not this URL? If so, did someone "svn rm" it
for some reason? If so, check "svn log" to find out why.

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Received on Mon Jul 17 15:06:33 2006

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