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Re: recovering a repository

From: Kamaraju S Kusumanchi <kamaraju_at_bluebottle.com>
Date: 2007-09-04 08:16:57 CEST

Clemens wrote:

> 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.

I am getting

$svnadmin verify /home/rajulocal/src/repos/
* Verified revision 0.

Does this mean that it is complaining or does it mean that only revision 0
is recoverable. I searched the archives for a while. But I am getting lots
of hits most of which seem irrelevant to my problem.

Any other suggestions?


Kamaraju S Kusumanchi
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