RE: tag rename fails to delete on svnsync mirror
From: Jones, Gretchen <Gretchen.Jones_at_kc.frb.org>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 19:48:55 +0000
The rename is being done via the "rename" command (tortoisesvn) in the master. The commit on the mirror is missing the delete for the old tag.
Only new tag exists on the master.
"Jones, Gretchen" <Gretchen.Jones_at_kc.frb.org> writes:
> Yes, everything is syncing perfectly (AFAIK), No errors are encountered.
Is the rename on the master a single commit that does copy and delete, or two commits, one for copy and one for delete? It's still not clear exactly what problem you are seeing. Is the problem that the commit is present on the mirror and does not include the delete, or is the commit missing on the mirror?
What protocol does svnsync use to access the master?
Do you have path based authz rules on the master?
Can you show us 'svn log -v -q -rN' of the commit on the master? If there is a corresponding commit on the mirror what does that show?
-- Philip Martin | Subversion Committer WANdisco // *Non-Stop Data*Received on 2014-01-30 20:49:33 CET
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