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Recover FSFS revision after APR Large Commit Bug

From: Stephen Colson <scolson_at_macx.org>
Date: 2007-04-05 20:06:15 CEST

I was running older version of SVN (1.2.3) and APR that still had the
large (>2Gb) commit bug where it would say it was missing an endline.
I have since upgraded to 1.4.3 for SVN and a version of APR that
doesn't have the bug any longer. Now when I access the repository, I
get "Found malformed header in revision file." The particular
revision in question did not error on import, and as there was no
error returned on the import the data that was used for that import
no longer exists outside of the repository.

Is there any way to recover the data in that final revision, either
by somehow exporting it and re-importing it, or fixing whatever
corruption is supposedly in there?

The backend is fsfs.

Thanks in advance,


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