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

From: Benjamin Jackson <bhjackson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-19 00:39:09 CEST

Sorry, this should have replied to the list.

On 7/18/06, Benjamin Jackson <bhjackson@gmail.com> wrote:
> > 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.
> I'm the only person who's touched this repo, and I know for a fact that I
> haven't even opened that directory since my last commit, which worked fine
> and gave no errors. This was well over a month or two ago.
> The only thing I did do recently was change the Location of the repo in
> the Apache config. After this I deleted the working copy and re-checked out
> from the new url and everything seemed fine. Switching it back does not seem
> to be changing the behavior, at least not in the browser.
Received on Wed Jul 19 00:40:36 2006

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