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Re: Fresh checkout causing Invalid diff stream: insn 16301 cannot be decoded

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2006-08-18 11:34:22 CEST

----- Robin <robin@mischief.com.sg> wrote:
> Hi
> I'm running svn
> When I do a fresh checkout, I encounter this error
> Invalid diff stream: insn 16301 cannot be decoded

This means that the underlying delta data has a problem. It could be a similar issue to the "read length line error." What do you get when you run 'svnadmin verify'? I imagine it'll bail on one of the revs. Can you post or send that to me, assuming it's an FSFS-based repository?

> I can update an existing checkout folder without any problem.

That doesn't mean much. It just means you're not touching the bad delta when doing the update.

> I'm not accessing it via Apache as described in FAQ but svn service
> with tortoisesvn in windows. Using svn server win 1.3.2.

That actually refers to a different issue. That's talking about a diff over the wire versus in the filesystem backend.


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