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Re: Lock file getting created automatically inside db folder

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-25 14:15:55 CEST

On Aug 25, 2006, at 11:42, Omkar wrote:

> I have created a FSFS repository on my machine.
> I am using this as project repository.
> I want one more machine to access the same repository.
> Now, I checked out the files on this new machine using the
> repository url referencing to my machine.
> When I modified one file on this new machine, and tried to check in
> – svn commit, there is a lock getting created in my machine in the
> db folder inside repository.
> Also, there is an error displayed on the other machine saying that
> “Cannot open the write-lock file”.

What protocol are you using to access / serve the repository? http?
https? svn? svn+ssh? file? If you're going to be accessing a
repository from more than one machine, you probably shouldn't be
using the file protocol.

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