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RE: svnsync fails: base checksum mismatch

From: <webpost_at_tigris.org>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 14:45:26 -0800 (PST)

I still don't know what caused this, but further investigation shows that there is nothing wrong with the master repository ... it is fine.

It's the mirrors which were broken...

It was necessary to delete the mirror repositories, recreate empty ones, and resync all revisions to these new empty repositories.

The first one has completed now and is fully synced, so I expect the other to sync up too.

This means that svnsync corrupted the mirror repositories: *all* of them. (well, ok, in this case *all* = both, since I just have have two. But these are two on different sites. Actually in different countries.)

Syncs are done sequentially triggered by both cron and post-commit hook. So svnsync prepared sync data, and sent it, and this sync data broke the mirrors in such a way as this was not immediately obvious.


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