On Wed, 22 Aug 2007 14:54:04 +0200, Erik Huelsmann <email@example.com>
> On 8/22/07, Anders Schau Knatten <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I have a locked directory, and trying to do svn cleanup I get the
>> following message:
>> Log entry missing 'name' attribute (entry 'upgrade-format' for directory
>> I have tried to edit .svn/log and add an empty 'name' attribute to that
>> entry, but then svn cleanup complains:
>> svn: Unrecognized logfile element 'upgrade-format' in '.'
> You're mixing client versions to access your working copy: a 1.4
> client may write the 'upgrade-format' command to your working copy.
> Only 1.3 or earlier clients don't know what to do with it.
> So, you got your WC in this state with a 1.4+ client and it looks like
> you're trying to get out of the situation using an older client.
> To resolve the issue, try running 'svn cleanup' using a 1.4 client.
> There's a bit of a weird thing though: your log contains an awful lot
> of 'rm' commands yet it doesn't look like a log which may have
> resulted from a commit operation. What are you trying to do?
You are right about the conflicting clients. I use 1.3 on one of my boxes
(let's call it A), but I have mounted the same filesystem via sshfs on my
laptop (lets' call it B), which has 1.4 installed. I have not worked on
these files for quite a while. So long actually, that I do not remember
everything I did before. This was also before I started using sshfs.
Now I just wanted to do "svn up" and "svn ci". I ended up just checking
out a fresh copy into a new directory, copying the few changed files here,
and then check in. I did all of this on A. That worked nicely.
There seems to be some problems with using svn on top of sshfs on B
however. When trying to checkout a fresh copy into a new directory
I get the following error:
$ svn co svn+ssh://myhost.org/svn/myproject/trunk testdirectory
svn: Can't move 'testdirectory/.svn/tmp/entries' to
'testdirectory/.svn/entries': Operation not permitted
This only happens when I am inside the sshfs-mounted part of my
filesystem, when inside a part of the filesystem that resides on the local
disk, everything works as it should.
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