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probs with "svn import" on SMB NAS shared drive (WIN)

From: Philipp Fischer <FiPhi_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-12-23 19:33:15 CET

Hi All,

I want to set up a SVN-Repository for just two people, so my idea is the following.

I have two Windows XP / 2000 client pcs connected in a network. There is an ICY BOX NAS900 attached to the network where I want to put the repository on, so that it can be accessed from both clients. The NAS is setup, that it is offering a SMB share to both clients mapped as drive H:. Anyway I am running into the following problems:

The H:-Drive is empty, so I am adding a directory and creating the repository in this directory. I am using fs-type fsfs. (I do not have the problems when I am using the BDB).

H:\>md REPO

H:\>svnadmin create REPO --fs-type fsfs

After this command i do not get an error message. Everything works fine. Several directories have been created and so on.
Now I am switching to my source code, to import it. Getting the following error-message (SVNTEST is where my sourcecode is):

H:\>e:

E:\>cd SVNTEST

E:\SVNTEST>svn import file:///H:/repo -m "TEST"
Hinzufügen DCTTest
svn: Can't read: »H:\repo\db\transactions\0-1.txn\node.0.0« : End of file found

I tried the same stuff with a local drive and my USB drive, and did not have any trouble. So it seems to be something according to the NAS. Would be great if someone has a clue.

Thanks

Phil

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