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Re: recovering a repository

From: Clemens <clemens.hintze_at_thalesgroup.com>
Date: 2007-09-04 07:14:24 CEST

Kamaraju S Kusumanchi wrote:
> Hi all

Hi too,

> I have a subversion repository which I haven't touched for a while.
> Today I tried to work on of the projects this repository used to contain.
> To my dismay, I found that the repository is not working. I think the
> repository is corrupted but I am not sure if that is in fact the case. Can
> someone please help me? I am in panic mode right now!


> $svn list file:///home/rajulocal/src/repos/

Hmmm ... the first thing I would try is

  svnadmin verify /home/rajulocal/src/repos/

and looking to its output. If it complains, you may search this mailing
list for hints how to recover. But be prepared, that recovering from a
repository that svnadmin verify reports to be bad, may not be possible
at all.


svnadmin recover seems only to be able to recover Berkley DB type
repositories. But your one seems to be a fsfs type one.


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