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Re: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 11:45:15 -0500

On Jun 1, 2009, at 08:46, nani2ratna wrote:

> I wanted to use SVN, so we download and installed in SOLARIS sparc
> server.
> I installed client, then server and then extras.
> Before that my sysadmin already installed Apache.
> After that I created repository by executing the
> Configure_Collabnet-Subversion.
> I have given IP address and port number also.
> Then I created users.
> Then I exported my project from eclipse (using subclipse) from my
> system to
> server.
> I used and I played it was working fine.
> But after that I again executed the Configure_Collabnet-Subversion,
> and i
> have diffferent values I think.
> Something I messed it up.
> When I goto
> where 1.0 is repository. Its giving following message.
> <D:error>
> <C:error/>
> <m:human-readable errcode="2">
> Could not open the requested SVN filesystem
> </m:human-readable>
> </D:error>
> I created another repository, its working fine.
> For what reason its giving that error for repo 1.0.
> How to sort it out.

Probably the path where you're telling Apache to look for your
repository is not where you repository actually is. Show us your
Apache configuration and where your repository actually is on disk.

It sounds unusual to have a repository named "1.0". If "1.0" is a
version of your product, then you almost certainly want all versions
of your product to be in a single repository. You don't want to be
creating separate repositories for each version as it defeats some of
the features of Subversion which allow you to compare versions and
merge changes.


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Received on 2009-06-01 18:46:24 CEST

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