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Re: svnrdump produce a strange dump file

From: Philip Martin <philip.martin_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2015 12:04:40 +0100

Yves Martin <ymartin1040_at_gmail.com> writes:

> I got a version 3 dump which has the following trouble: almost all files
> content begins with a strange "SVN" binary sequence.

That's normal: dump is a binary format and that is the start of some
data in svndiff format.

> As a result, load operation fails as Text-content-md5 cannot be verified.

Load will handle svndiff format so that is not the cause of the failure.

> According to documentation svnrdump is compatible with Subversion server
> 1.4 for dump. What is wrong ?

Your dump file may be corrupt but you have not provided enough details
for us to be able to determine what caused it. You could start by
giving us the commands you used to dump and load and the error message
you received. If you are manipulating the dump file and assuming that
it is a text file then you may corrupt it.

Philip Martin
Received on 2015-10-01 13:04:49 CEST

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