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Re: Commits failing with E160013 (File not found: transaction 'x-y')

From: Markus Ewald <cygon_at_nuclex.org>
Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2013 01:21:50 -0800 (PST)

On Sunday, October 13, 2013 10:40:14 AM UTC+2, I wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm serving a batch of repositories via Subversion 1.7.13 on Apache 2.2.25
> (using HTTPS webdav; all on x64 Linux). Lately, I've been unable to commit
> my changes to some files, getting error messages like in the subject line
> of this email:
> E:\assets\free\Nature\shareaec.com\3D Hanging Plant>svn status
> M HangingPlant.blend
> E:\assets\free\Nature\shareaec.com\3D Hanging Plant>svn commit -m
> "Fixed transparency"
> Sending HangingPlant.blend
> Transmitting file data .svn: E155011: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: E155011: File 'E:\assets\upgraded\Nature\shareaec.com\3D Hanging
> Plant\HangingPlant.blend' is out of date
> svn: E160013: File not found: transaction '39-1a', path '/Nature/
> shareaec.com/3D%20Hanging%20Plant/HangingPlant.blend'
> If I remove the file in question from history (via svndumpfilter) and
> commit it as new, the commit succeeds. But when I commit changes to it,
> E160013 occurs.
> I've tried from a clean checkout, after 'svn up', after rebooting the
> server, after 'svnadmin dump', 'svnadmin create', 'svnadmin load' and
> checked the repository with 'svnadmin lstxns'. This happens with all
> clients I tried (TortoiseSvn 1.7.0, TortoiseSvn 1.7.3, TortoiseSvn 1.8.2,
> command line 1.7.3 on Windows, command line 1.8.3 on Windows, command line
> 1.7.13 on Linux compiled from same sources as the server). Access rights to
> the repositories are given. The problem isn't limited to a single
> repository either.
> The only bug I could find that possibly relates to this is
> https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=55304 but it's
> supposedly solved since Subversion 1.7.11.
> Does anyone have an idea what's going on or how I could find the cause of
> my troubles? Any more info I should provide?

Still stuck on this issue.

I'm now running Subversion 1.8.4 on the server and trying to commit with
TortoiseSVN 1.8.2 (built against Subversion 1.8.3).

With SVNAdvertiseV2Protocol off, I get aforementioned error message.
With SVNAdvertiseV2Protocol on, I get 500 internal server error (only on
commits, browsing works)

It may be related to paths with spaces in them, as all problem cases so far
have involved spaces.
Received on 2013-11-07 10:22:27 CET

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