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RE: missing revision files

From: Méresse Christophe <christophe.meresse_at_nagra.com>
Date: 2007-03-06 17:07:09 CET


        From: 이 희준 [mailto:heejoon.lee@gmail.com]
        Sent: mardi, 6. mars 2007 05:51
        To: users@subversion.tigris.org
        Subject: missing revision files
        Sorry for my poor english. I need help. Thank you for reading my mail.
        I was using fsfs filesystem. Some days ago, server's HDD crashed. Fortunately most files are alive but svn repository is not working well.
        Because a few files in "db/revs" and "db/revprops" directory was gone, some subdirectories in repository are working(I can checkout, commit and show log using TortoiseSVN.) but others are not working.
        I want to dump working subdirectories, but "svnadmin dump" does not work because repository is not valid.
        Is there the way to dump a subdirectory in repository?

What if you try to find the missing revs and revprops and then dump only the different valid revision ranges with the "-r LOWER:UPPER" option ? Does this fail also (I guess it may work for the first but not the next ones...)?
Are there many missing revs and revprops files (As a last attempt you may try to rebuild sortsof "dummy" revisions manually to make it work...) ?
(There's no way to dump a subdirectory, the only way is to dump all and then filter)
Received on Tue Mar 6 17:07:45 2007

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