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Re: Corrupt Revision

From: Chris Lieb <chris.lieb_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 14:10:29 -0500

I just noticed I never asked a question. Does anyone know how to fix
this issue? I am using Subversion 1.5.3-1 from CollabNet (Windows
binaries) with the repositories in the 1.4 format using FSFS storage.
The revisions in question were created from one of the community builds
(Windows installer) of Subversion 1.4.x almost two years ago.

Chris Lieb

Chris Lieb wrote:
> I'm trying to set up svnsync to create a mirror of our production of our
> repositories for backup purposes. I was able to get most of our
> repositories to do their initial sync just fine, but two appear to have
> corrupted revisions in them. When syncing, they will get to some
> revision and then give the error message
> svnsync: Filesystem path '...' is neither a file nor a directory
> I did an `svnadmin verify` on both repositories and got the same error.
> Both of these revisions date back to a time when we were trying to use
> AD authentication for our repositories and were having strange things
> happen with the clients and the server with partial commits and such.
> It was ugly. I'm guessing that these issues stem from the oddities that
> occurred.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Chris Lieb

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