Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> On 11/8/06, Mark Gibson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Erik Huelsmann wrote:
>> > On 11/8/06, Mark Gibson <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >> i had a svn commit just hang - ctrl-C wouldnt end it. so i killed
>> the svn
>> >> process. now when i commit i get:
>> >> svn commit
>> >> svn: Working copy '/home/mgibson/pheno-tool/java/svn/phenote' locked
>> >> svn: run 'svn cleanup' to remove locks (type 'svn help cleanup' for
>> >> details)
>> >> i svn cleanup as it suggests but still get same message.
>> > Then probably the working copy wasn't cleaned up successfully. Which
>> > svn version are you using?
>> version 1.3.1 (linux)
>> What error does 'svn cleanup' generate?
>> no errors from svn cleanup - no response at all - just seems to return
>> contentedly - as if im clean
> hmm. are there .svn/log* files or .svn/killme / .svn/KILLME (i'm
> unsure about the case, I'm answering your question without consulting
> the sources).
dont see any of these - logs or killmes. heres a ls -a of the .svn dir of the
root dir thats the culprit:
mgibson/phenote> ls -a .svn
. README.txt empty-file format props tmp
.. dir-wcprops entries prop-base text-base wcprops
>> is this problem on the client or server side? its svn through
>> sourceforge - do i
>> need to contact them
>> are there lock files i can manually fiddle with (i cant find them)
> yes: .svn/lock
I dont see any .svn/lock files. strange huh? where is the faulty lock signal
thanks for your help, Mark
>> so its only from the root of my svn files/dirs that is the problem. If
>> i go down
>> from the root I can svn commit. and at the root I can do other svn
>> commands -
>> update, status, log (does log show locks? i grepped for lock - got
>> nothing) - I
>> just cant svn commit from the root anymore - It still gives the above
>> error message.
> log doesn't show locks (afaik), but those would be different locks
> than the ones your client is complaining about. Locked files (in the
> repository) have little to do with locked working copies, no matter
> how unfortunately similar the wording ...
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Received on Wed Nov 8 22:41:24 2006