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Commit failed: 'Can't copy ... Input/output error'

From: Markus S <youcontrol_at_hispeed.ch>
Date: 2007-06-06 23:03:05 CEST


I have my working copy on a SMB share hosted on Windows and access from
OS X. On a newly created file I get the following error message:

svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Can't copy '/Volumes/SHARE-.../filename.txt' to
Input/output error

This is a file I created in the working copy. Succesfully added (which
I guess is only a local 'adding' before the commit) but commiting
fails. I have used this working copy successfully for a while now.

Very occasionally, I am not able to save a modified file out of a
variety of applications to that server share. I then always do a save
as, go to the share, delete the old file and rename the new one back to
its old name. That means, this whole thing could be a SMB bug.

Any ideas?


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