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Re: File system damage: ref to non-existent node

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-07-17 23:25:08 CEST

On Jul 17, 2007, at 11:19, Richard Michael wrote:

> I'm using svn 1.3.2 (r19776).
> After experiencing file system damage, I can no longer commit to
> certain
> portions of my repo (although some commits do work). I receive this
> error:
> svn: Reference to non-existent node 'a1.0.r211/5172' in filesystem
> '/home/username/repos/my_repo/db'
> "svnadmin verify my_repo" reports:
> svnadmin: No such revision 208
> And indeed, my_repo/db/revs/ is missing 208 (it's also missing 211 and
> 212).
> There is no backup of the repo, so I cannot restore the missing
> revision
> dirs.
> Is there any way to recover from this problem? This isn't
> production/mission critical, but if it was, what would I do? :)

Not to be too flippant, but if this were mission critical, you would
have backups.

I'm not sure what you do now to recover; I'll let someone else answer

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