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Re: Intermittent Locking Issue with Subcommander

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2007-09-10 22:57:40 CEST

Mark Eramo wrote:
> Hello,
> Anyone using Subcommander that experiences intermittent locking
> issues (Windows Version). I have a user running subcommander in Windows
> that runs into locks on the repository that I do not have running
> subcommander under Linux.
> I figured I would post here as I am not sure if this is a subcommander
> issue or a subversion issue or just normal. If the user removes the
> files/folders under the working copy folder and checks out the code
> again to the working folder, the lock goes away.
> This started last week when I implemented a post-commit script to send
> an email to specific users when code was checked in. I have since
> removed the file from the hooks folder.
> When I did that, the problem cleared up for me.
> I am running Subversion 1.4.3

Does the person have TortoiseSVN installed? That can run background updates and
grab svn working copy locks, which may interfere with other clients.


Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
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Received on Mon Sep 10 22:54:39 2007

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