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Checking Integrity of a SVN Mirror

From: Adrian Lee <alee2_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-25 02:31:34 CEST

Hi All,
I have been using the svnsync tool with Subversion 1.4.3 to create read-only SVN mirrors from a single SVN master. However, because of network stability issues I sometimes run into issues where the svnsync fails to remove the lock from the mirror repository. To fix this problem, I would proceed to remove the lock manually by "svn propdel" and then running svnsync again.
However, I now need to make sure that the data on the mirror repository is still consistent with the master. Does anyone know or can recommend a way of doing this? Can I just run a checksum of all the files in the /path_to_repo/db/revs directory on both servers and then just compare that?
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Received on Thu Apr 26 21:59:01 2007

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