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RE: Tagging not working

From: Tony Thompson <Tony.Thompson_at_stone-ware.com>
Date: 2007-03-10 23:27:09 CET

OK, well, I took the plunge and updated to 1.4.3 and I can tag using
both the "svn" exe and tortoise now.

However, an "svnadmin verify" still blows up because there are
apparently still some bad things in the repository from whatever
happened before. Any idea on how I can clean that up?

-----Original Message-----
From: Ramanathan Muthaiah [mailto:rus.cahimb@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2007 1:42 PM
To: Tony Thompson
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Tagging not working

> I am having a weird issue when I try to tag a revision in SVN. When I

> tag the head revision, I get a message back that it was tagged and I
> see that the repository revision was incremented but when I look in my
> directory, the tagged version is not there. I can tag it again and
> again it says that it succeeded and the revision again is incremented.

> I ran an "svnadmin verify" on the repository and I get this message
> backad the verify
> stops:
> svnadmin: Filesystem path 'tags/v5.1.0.2' is neither a file nor a
> directory
> I am currently using SVN 1.2 (but plan to upgrade if I can fix this
> issue) and the repository is a native file system repository (FSFS).
> I was able to tag things fine until I had to delete a tag and now I am

> unable to tag anything.

Can you share the commands that you had used to create the tags ?

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