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"no such revision" revisited

From: David Chin <david.w.h.chin_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-15 00:07:18 CEST


I just recovered from a disk error, and I keep getting the error message:

    svnadmin: No such revision NNN

I read the thread here:


but my case seems to be different.


  OS: Fedora Core 7
  SVN version: 1.4.3 (r23084)
  HTTPd version: 2.2.4-4.1.fc7

My repository is in /opt/repos. If I look in /opt/repos/db/revs, I note
that there are missing files corresponding to revisions which are
reported missing: 119, 131, 141-149. The range 150-154 (latest)
has corresponding files in there.

If I ask for "svnadmin verify /opt/repos", it barfs on revision 119.
If I do "svnadmin recover /opt/repos", it ends with "Recovery completed."
and "The latest repos revision is 154." However, the missing revs
are still missing. If I try to dump the last available range,
"svnadmin dump -r 150:154 /opt/repos > /tmp/dump.out" I get:

    svnadmin: Can't open file '/opt/repos/db/revs/131': No such file
or directory

Anyone have suggestions on how to fix this? And also how to prevent
this occuring?

Thanks in advance,
  Dave Chin

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