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Re: Cannot add files to a repository

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 12:10:24 -0500

2012/2/5 Андрей Иванов <theflipper_at_mail.ru>:
> Hello, I'm trying to add a directory (it contains a site) into a repository:
>
>
>
> svn import /path file:///var/svn/repos/project -m "Initial state"
>
> But instead of getting:
>
> Adding xxx.php
> Adding xx2.php
> ....
>
> I get lots of strange lines. E.g.:
>
> [ 0 string,=\211PNG,"image/png"]
> 4294967190 == 0 = 0
> mget @0:
> \037\213\b\000\370\325\344L\000\003\354<\373s\332\306\326\375\325\376+62\267_at_B0\344&\355\255\035
>
> [ 0 string,=\212MNG,"video/x-mng"]
> 4294967189 == 0 = 0
> mget @0:
> \037\213\b\000\370\325\344L\000\003\354<\373s\332\306\326\375\325\376+62\267_at_B0\344&\355\255\035
>
> [ 0 belong,=235082497,"Hierarchical Data Format (version 4) data"]
> 529205248 == 235082497 = 0
> mget @0:
> \037\213\b\000\370\325\344L\000\003\354<\373s\332\306\326\375\325\376+62\267_at_B0\344&\355\255\035
>
> [ 0 string,=\211HDF\r\n\032,"Hierarchical Data Format (version 5) data"]
> 4294967190 == 0 = 0
> mget @0:
> \037\213\b\000\370\325\344L\000\003\354<\373s\332\306\326\375\325\376+62\267_at_B0\344&\355\255\035
>
> Finally it falls with a message:
>
>  [ 0 string,=8BPS,"image/x-photoshop"]
>
> 4 == 0 = 0
> Adding tstore/partner/admin/pay_affiliates.php
> svn: E000024: Can't open file
> '/var/svn/repos/db/transactions/0-3.txn/next-ids': Too many open files
>
>  I've googled but have not found anything.
> I'm using the latest version:
>
>  #svn --version
>
> svn, version 1.7.2 (r1207936)
>
> RHEL5.
>
> Please help me.
>
> Thank you.

You're running svn 1.7.2 on RHEL 5? Hand built, I assume, or did you
use my published .spec file and patches for 1.7.1 RPM building?

And just how many files are *in* that import directory? And what
Subversion is on the server side? Is there some funky pre-commit
script in place that may have been confused by the kind filenames with
punctuation or spaces that are the bane of HTTP baed checkins?
Received on 2012-02-05 18:10:59 CET

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