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Repository corruption?

From: Tom Mornini <tmornini_at_infomania.com>
Date: 2006-12-20 23:11:39 CET

While working on Subversion backups today I noticed this while
dumping a repository:


* Verified revision 260.
* Verified revision 261.
* Verified revision 262.
* Verified revision 263.
* Verified revision 264.
* Verified revision 265.
* Verified revision 266.
svnadmin: Invalid diff stream: [src] insn 0 overflows the source view

The repository itself is at revision 440.

I can check out revision 266.

I'm unable to check out revision 267 and 268. I didn't try 269.

I can checkout the HEAD, however, which is good.

The failure, when it occurs always occurs after the same file.

How can I diagnose and hopefully correct this problem?

svnadmin verify reports the same error, and svnadmin recover
doesn't. :-)

I've been using SVN since pre 1.0 and this is the first time I've
ever seen any sort of issue on an fsfs backend.

Thanks everyone!

-- Tom Mornini
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