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Re: Zero K Files With Autoversioning and WebDrive

From: Kyle Kline <kyle.kline_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-06 21:18:45 CET

I have seen this before using WebDrive. Would definitely contact SRT's tech
support for the product. I can't say with 100% certainty is not an SVN
issue, but can say I've never seen the behavior with any other SVN/WebDAV

have also had troubles with files getting 'zero'd' -- a save through
WebDrive truncates the file in the repository, leaving it at a zero-byte
length. Completely random, infrequent, and not reproducible (by me, anyway)


On 3/6/07, Brad Rhoads <bdrhoa@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a repository in \svn\webdav with autoversioning on. I have this
> directory mounted using webdrive on my desktop maching and on the
> svn+apache server (2003) itself. The apache server is using SSPI
> authentication.
> I'm having three problems:
> 1. The webdrive mounted on my server shows a 0K file that is 1K on my
> desktop mounted webdrive.
> 2. In general, webdrives mounting the same real directory aren't
> staying in sync.
> 3. Subversion is getting OK files committed. My client machine also
> has the repository checked out. And several of the files, including 1
> that was just added via the server's webdrive, is zero K.
> I'm emailing with webdrive support, but I thought someone here might
> have seen this problem with svn before.
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Received on Tue Mar 6 21:19:10 2007

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