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Re: SVN error while committing

From: Pavel Lyalyakin <pavel.lyalyakin_at_visualsvn.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2013 12:32:39 +0400

Hello Ajay,

> Earlier I was facing following issue Canít parse lock/entries hash file
> E:\Repositories\ORXXXX\db\locks\308\sdfiocvyywt59vxherh
>
> and from the mailing list I found a resolution to delete the below file.

What solution? What file have you removed? I hope that the repository
you work on has a backup at least.

> Once I had done that I came up with a new error that I posted earlier.
>
> When I am trying to look at Path from Repo Browser I see the same error in
> repo browser also.

What error do you see? What do you do to reproduce the error? What's
logged to server log then?

> When I try for Check for modifications command from Tortoise SVN I am not
> able to see and locked files in the list.

Is it the same repository that is mentioned in the other thread about
"Could not open the requested SVN file system" error? I.e. are these
issues related?

It looks like you are performing some repository maintenance with a
crowbar instead of a screwdriver (metaphorically) and it's totally
unclear what you did, what errors you get, when you get these errors,
when you *started* to get these errors, what's logged to server log
etc. A step-by-step description of your actions would also help us to
help you.

Thank you.

-- 
With best regards,
Pavel Lyalyakin
VisualSVN Team
Received on 2013-04-24 10:33:52 CEST

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