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Re: Problem with remote repository

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2006-08-02 12:44:08 CEST

On Wednesday 02 August 2006 10:10, Jerónimo Córdoba Majuelo wrote:
> When adding a project to a remote repository in Subversion, I get the
> following error:
> Can't open file 'O:\\RyD\\PeopleBase\\Repository\\prueba\\db\\current': The
> network location cannot be reached. For information about network
> troubleshooting, see Windows Help. [500, #721231]

This sounds like you are accessing the repository as local repository but it
is on a network share. Consider using svnserve or apache for access. If the
repository is BDB based, putting it on a share is definitely a nono, but you
probably know that from reading the docs.

> Nevertheless, it seems to work if I add only a few files, but it fails when
> it is the whole project what I intend to import.

I'd guess that the network connection is flakey. You might get around it by
creating a working of the parent folder and adding the project into it
with 'svn add' and then committing the change. Anyhow, since commits are
atomic, you can as well redo the operation, it should have been completely
rolled back.

BTW: please turn of HTML mail on mailinglists.


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