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Re: Final line in revision file longer than 64 characters

From: Vitus Jensen <vjensen_at_warpmail.net>
Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2008 16:17:35 +0100

Am Freitag, 25. Januar 2008 schrieb Vitus Jensen:
> Am Freitag, 25. Januar 2008 schrieb Lorenz:
> > Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> > >Dumps are portable, yes. But "dump" is an svnadmin command, and as
> > >such it can only be run on the server, and not on the client.
> >
> > But he is able to "svnadmin dump" from the client (as the OP wrote in
> > his initial post). That substantiates my suspicion that he also created
> > it from the client.
> >
> > Vitus, just out of curiosity: does running svnserve on the client
> > (using the repo on the NAS) work?
> It did work in the sense that svnserve starts and doesn't abort. But I
> can't access the result (svn: URL) as this would trigger the above error.
> > Ryan, my suspicion regarding OS incompatibility stems from the NAS OS
> > mentioned "SlugOS/be" where the be indicates big endian.
> > Normal PC hardware uses little endian.
> Correct. The OS on the NSLU2 is big endian.

But subversion probably runs on a lot of bigendian-machine, doesn't it?

> I did a dump from the client, a backup using tar.
> Created a new repository on the server (locally) and tried to import the
> dump:


> root_at_LKG2C28CD:/data$ svnadmin load /data/svn/repos
> < /data/tmp/shared/repo.1.dump
> svnadmin: Final line in revision file longer than 64 characters
> root_at_LKG2C28CD:/data$
> Aaargh!
> Which "final line"? The very last line in the dump is a short one.

Started svnserve on SlubOS/be with an empty, newly created repository,
access svn://slug/ from the client: "...longer than 64 characters" :-(

As a last resort created a new repository locally on the client and loaded
the dump there. It's no problem to start svnserve locally and access the
repository via svn://localhost/

So my conclusion is that svn on SlugOS/be-4.8 is seriously broken and I
should complain there. Thank you for listening.


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