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/!svn/vcc/default path not found

From: Matthew Taylor <mat_at_sharrow.me.uk>
Date: 2007-11-19 13:33:23 CET

Hi Everyone,

I need some help. I've been using Buildix (a continuous integration
linux distro from thoughtworks) which uses SVN. I decided to upgrade
from buidix 1 to buildix 2. So i dumped all of our repositories using
'svnadmin dump > repos.dump' rebuilt our server using buildix 2 on
Ubuntu. I used buildix 2's create project function which creates the
SVN repository, trac project, cruise control entries etc. Then tried
importing the repos using 'svnadmin load < repos.dump'.

I got an error while trying to import the repository:
svnadmin: File already exists: filesystem '/var/svn/domain_co_uk/db',
transaction '1-1', path 'trunk'

So i checked out the new empty repositories and performed svn remove on
the trunk, tags and branches directories. Then retried the 'svnadmin
load < repos.dump' and the import succeeded.

However when i try to perform an svn update from my working copy that
was checked out from the old server using eclispe/subclipse I get the
following error:

update -r HEAD /Users/mat/Documents/workspace/domain_co_uk
svn: Working copy path 'app' does not exist in repository
svn: '/svn/domain_co_uk/!svn/vcc/default' path not found: 404 Not Found

The IP address if the same on the new and old server. I can browse the
repository using eclipse and can checkout the projects fresh but my
current working copies don't work. Can anyone help? what does the
!svn/vcc/default file do? and where does/should it live?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks

Mat Taylor

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Received on Mon Nov 19 13:34:31 2007

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