First do an svnadmin verify, and see where that fails....
If that works, see if you can do an svnadmin dump with different ranges,
and see if you can figure out the revisions where it fails.
If you can identify specific revisions that are broken, you might be able
to recreate them manually.
On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 8:12 AM, thomas <riller_at_t-online.de> wrote:
> Dear ladies and gentlemen,
> my name is Thomas Riller, I am working at the technical university of
> I am sorry, that I directly contact you.
> We have a problem (self made) with a subversion repository.
> The repository was stored at a personal directory and is damaged. This
> means, some revision files are missing.
> The repository uses the fsfs format 6 layout sharded 1000.
> We have a working copy of the project in the last version.
> Do you know any possibility, to extract datas from the /revs directory. We
> do not expect to get all datas back, but we would be happy, to get some
> diffs back from this files.
> Best Regards
> Thomas Riller
Received on 2015-09-30 00:55:24 CEST