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AW: Error on Import

From: Felix Gilcher <gilcher_at_exozet.com>
Date: 2006-12-13 12:22:55 CET

resending this to the list. Please not that you should use the "reply all" function of the list to keep the topic on the list.

So you're getting a "real" crash instead of a subversion error. I'm no dev, so probably I can't help you out there, but these are a couple of things that spring to my mind:

 - try the same procedure on a second computer, maybe this is a hardware failure (bad RAM for example may cause erratic behaviour)

 - svn should the files it imports. what is the last line of regular output just before the crash? Is there something strange about the filename? (COM, AUX, LTP and the like are reserved names in Windows, since the dawning of dos times and may cause errors)

As for sending the Dr Watson Report: Placing it in an accessible place (webserver etc) and providing a link to it should do fine.

good luck


Bob Avent <mailto:bavent@atlasdie.com> schrieb am Dienstag, 12. Dezember 2006 21:19:

> I was using the command in svn 1.42.2
> Local access
> File and using the DOS command line.
> Svn import c:\test file:///project -m "initial import"
> Began importing the files. Then stopped suddenly.
> Got an error message saying SVN had caused an error and must be
> closed. Looked in the event viewer in windows and it showed a DR.
> Watson error. Not sure how to send it to you.
> Text in the event viewer showed an "access violation".
> Are there any filename limitations?
> Thanks,
> Bob Avent
> IS Department
> Atlas Die, LLC
> 770-593-5720
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Felix Gilcher [mailto:gilcher@exozet.com]
> Sent: Monday, December 11, 2006 11:14 AM
> To: Bob Avent; users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: AW: Error on Import
> Bob Avent <mailto:bavent@atlasdie.com> schrieb am Donnerstag,
> 7. Dezember
> 2006 13:37:
>> Installed SVN on Win2000 machine. Creates repository ok. When
>> importing project it errors with an access violation. Logged in as
>> administrator when doing all of the actions. Suggestions?
> Shure. Post the exact version numbers of the client and the server
> you're using, wether you're using local access or remote, the access
> scheme you're using (file, svn, http, https), wether you're using the
> commandline client or some gui client, the exact sequence of commands
> you're using to import your project and finally the exact error
> message you're getting. Maybe then, and only then somebody might be
> able to help you.
>> Thanks,
>> Bob Avent
>> IS Department
>> Atlas Die, LLC
>> 770-593-5720
> good luck
> felix

Felix Gilcher
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