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No such string '6e'

From: Jordi Vilalta <jvprat_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-07 12:56:57 CEST


Recently I've tried to retrieve old revisions from our svn server and
I've found the "no such string" error when getting revisions older
than 36:

$ svn up -r 36
U menu.php
U articles.php
U index.php
U common.inc
D prova.txt
U alta_noticia.php
Updated to revision 36.
$ svn up -r 35
svn: No such string '6e'

I've seen in the archives that it's likely a database corruption, and
there was someone who could fix it. Do you still accept this kind of
job? ;)

On the other hand... which is the cause of this error? We're using svn
1.1.4. Does it go away with newer versions?

Thanks in advance!


Jordi Vilalta

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