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Commit Issue

From: Garrett McGrath <gmcgrath_at_Princeton.EDU>
Date: 2006-12-01 17:53:22 CET

Ok,
So I've created a new repository who's single purpose in life is to store
the configuration files for a variety of servers we use at our center. I've
tested the scripts i'm using as cron jobs a number of times as the user they
should be executing under. There appears to be no issues however when ever
they run as a cron job i get the following back:
 
svn: Can't open directory 'apple/ssl/.svn/tmp/|v': No such file or directory

svn: Working copy '.' locked

svn: run 'svn cleanup' to remove locks (type 'svn help cleanup' for details)

svn: Can't open directory 'apple/ssl/.svn/tmp/|v': No such file or directory

svn: Working copy '/mounts/jukebox/usr.csbmb/admin/server_svn_configs'
locked

svn: run 'svn cleanup' to remove locks (type 'svn help cleanup' for details)

 

i'm not sure what |v' is and i've no idea where it comes from, I've gone
looking for it but it doesn't exsist so far as i can tell. The script used
for the commit is as follows:

#!/bin/bash

cd /usr/csbmb/admin/server_svn_configs/
svn cleanup
svn update
svn cleanup
svn commit -m "Nightly commit."

 

the cd is just to make sure i'm executing the commands in the right
location. This script can be run from a terminal no problem it gives the
above errors when run by cron however.

Any suggestions?

-Garrett McGrath
Received on Fri Dec 1 17:54:33 2006

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