Just to add another detail to this (Umang and I are on the same team).
I looked at the original repository we are trying to replicate and found
$ svn proplist -v -r0 --revprop svn://mumble.us.oracle.com/blah
Unversioned properties on revision 0:
It seems that the "svn:entry:committed-date" property causes this
problem (that is, every repository for which we get this error has this
property). So the question is: what is this property for? Can we
remove it without harming anything?
On 6/25/2011 4:23 PM, Umang Vanjara wrote:
> We are trying to mirror some SVN repositories using svnsync.
> We are following the steps as outlined here -
> However, some of the repositories run into this error
> svnsync: Storage of non-regular property 'svn:entry:committed-date' is
> disallowed through the repository interface, and could indicate a bug
> in your client
> Any help with regards to this issue would be appreciated.
> thank you,
Received on 2011-06-28 02:41:54 CEST