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Re: BUG? Merging from foreign repository corrupts UUID

From: Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name>
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2008 16:20:33 +0200 (Jerusalem Standard Time)

David Ferguson wrote on Thu, 30 Oct 2008 at 10:04 -0400:
> # Check info. UUID on work2 and work2/new_file don't match!!
> $ svn info work1 work2 work2/new_file
> Notice that the UUID of work2/new_file is from repository #1 !! It should
> match the UUID of its parent directory, work2.

Confirmed (up to this point) with trunk:

    % svn info wc1 wc2 wc1/iota wc2/iota | grep UUID
    Repository UUID: ce3a91fd-a72c-2141-b64e-ae7bb47ba96e
    Repository UUID: 87ef63c1-b93b-1d48-a7a0-e56f7abf285d
    Repository UUID: ce3a91fd-a72c-2141-b64e-ae7bb47ba96e
    Repository UUID: ce3a91fd-a72c-2141-b64e-ae7bb47ba96e

> This leaves the work2
> directory in a bad state. Things like switch and update start complaining
> that the UUID of the WC doesn't match the repository.

Can't reproduce this part?

    % svn ci -m merge
    Adding iota
    Transmitting file data .
    Committed revision 1.

    % svn up
    At revision 1.

However, even after the commit, the wc is inconsistent:

    % svn info . iota | grep UUID
    Repository UUID: 87ef63c1-b93b-1d48-a7a0-e56f7abf285d
    Repository UUID: ce3a91fd-a72c-2141-b64e-ae7bb47ba96e


> svn: The repository at '<full url>' has uuid 'XYZ', but the WC has 'ABC'
> The only fix is to recheckout the work directory. Can someone else confirm
> that this is a problem? Or is this an already-known issue? (I didn't see
> anything in the issue tracker.)
> Subversion client is 1.5.3, Linux x86_64, RHEL 4, update 6.
> thanks,
> David

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