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

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-06-06 23:23:31 CEST

On Jun 6, 2007, at 16:03, Markus S wrote:

> 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 '/Volumes/
> SHARE-.../.svn/tmp/text-base/filename.txt.svn-base.tmp': 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.

I have never been particularly successful in using a Subversion
working copy on Mac OS X 10.4 that's hosted on a SMB share on Linux,
though I had no problems opening files from it into my editor, say,
and saving modifications. Whenever I wanted to use Subversion
commands, I would ssh in to the Linux server and run the Subversion
commands on its command line.

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