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FSFS repo corrupt - Invalid diff stream

From: Rafal Smyka <rsy_at_img.com.pl>
Date: 2007-06-01 00:34:34 CEST

Today one of the users reported a problem when updating one of the files:
Error: REPORT request failed on '/svn/com_pub/!svn/vcc/default'
Error: REPORT of '/svn/com_pub/!svn/vcc/default': 200 OK

I run svnadmin verify and it said:
* Verified revision 106.
* Verified revision 107.
svnadmin: Invalid diff stream: [tgt] insn 0 starts beyond the target
view position

The current revision is 110.
snvadmin dump refuses to dump the revisions after 107.

Is there a way I can recover the 108, 109 and 110 revisions?

And another question: I have 6 repos configured. Out of that number I
found 3 repos corrupted when I started checking all of them. Looks like
the problem is pretty reproducible. I saw some users reporting the
invalid diff problem, but no reply explaining how it can happen and how
to recover.

I'm running the repositories on the current stable debian (4.0). SVN was
installed with the dselect.
The users use tortoise as the client.
There are lot of binary files uploaded (mainly MS office documents). The
corrupted revision also contained binary files.

Could anybody put some light on the topic?

Best regards

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Received on Fri Jun 1 00:35:12 2007

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