I don't think it's btrfs.
-- I'm using btrfs since August, but the problem came up only
recently, after installing Ubuntu 13.10.
-- I loaded the repository in an ext4 partition from a dump made
before using btrfs, with the same result.
-- I booted Ubuntu 13.04 through a USB key, and I successfully dumped,
loaded, and verified the repository.
Any other ideas? Thank you!
On Nov 2, 2013 6:17 PM, "Thorsten Schöning" <tschoening_at_am-soft.de> wrote:
> Guten Tag Vincent QB,
> am Samstag, 2. November 2013 um 23:15 schrieben Sie:
> > The problems appear starting with the version of subversion in
> > Ubuntu 13.10 (version 1.7.9 along with 1.8.4). If I go back to
> > Ubuntu 13.04 (version 1.7.5), the problems disappear. I was able to
> > create a new dump. However, it crashes in the same way when loading in Ubuntu 13.10.
> From your former mail:
> > [...]I'm using btrfs since about August.
> > [...]However, I've discovered that all
> > revisions since around August (around revision 4000 and up) on that
> > backup have the exact same size of a few bytes.
> Did you use BTRFS in 13.04 as well? I wonder if your problem has
> simply nothing to do with Subversion, but with the usage of a still
> experimental file system, which is not meant to be in production use.
> Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
> Thorsten Schöning
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Received on 2013-11-04 12:04:41 CET