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Re: Show log - Item is not readable error

From: Anto Marky <markysvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2008 19:40:02 +0530

Hi Dave,

I think I was not clear, I two repositories when I got this error so
deleted one trying not to confuse SVN(As I didn't have a clue how to change
the UID) and still I get the error after deleting one unused repository.I
even cleared saved_data from TSVN settings, still I get the error.

Are you able figure out where I am wrong?

Thnaks and Regards


On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 6:38 PM, Dave Lawrence

> Anto Marky wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am new to svn, I have installed svn on 1.5.1 on my linux centOS box.My
> > users are able to connnect, checkout and commit without any problem.But
> > when they select show log in the Tortoise SVN it gives an error Item not
> > readable.
> >
> > Is this an error of SVN or something in the tortoise svn side?
> To answer that, test the same operation on the command line
> svn log my_pathname_at_HEAD -r start_rev:HEAD
> Where start_rev is typically 100 short of HEAD if you're using the
> defaults.
> If it's TSVN you should be on their list, if it's SVN stay here. Doing
> this sort of test in advance is usually helpful to the bug report - as
> well an ensuring you ask on the correct list in the first place.
> > I had two repositories earlier one production and one testing, some
> > sites gave a solution that the uid of the repositories must be
> > different, as I don't know how to change the UID of the repository I
> > deleted the test repository and reloaded SVN, Still I get the same error
> > when I give show Log.
> >
> Reloaded? You mean you created a new repository and loaded a dump of
> the test repo into it, or you restarted your server?
> If it is the latter, I'm guessing the test repository was disposable and
> you deleted it forever. However, if the problem is UUIDs confusing
> TSVN's log caching, then it will still be confused, TSVN doesn't know
> you've deleted the repos! Try settings->saved_data then click to clear
> "log message (show log dialog)"
Received on 2008-10-06 16:10:31 CEST

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