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RE: svn log -r based on a start date suddenly no longer returns any revisions

From: Nate Kerkhofs <Nate.Kerkhofs_at_ikan.be>
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2019 08:25:32 +0000


I've done an svn log on the root of the repository, wrote it to an XML log and counted the number of times the string "revision=" occurred in that log using Powershell. It returned 9246. This is also the number of the last revision in the log list, at the very bottom of the file. Is this enough evidence to assume they are strictly monotonically increasing? I'm not sure how else to do this considering this log has well over 9000 revisions.

I'm open to any more suggestions.


-----Original Message-----
From: Andreas Stieger <Andreas.Stieger_at_gmx.de>
Sent: donderdag 28 maart 2019 18:06
To: Nate Kerkhofs <Nate.Kerkhofs_at_ikan.be>
Cc: users_at_subversion.apache.org
Subject: Aw: svn log -r based on a start date suddenly no longer returns any revisions

> svn log -r {2008-01-01T00:00:00}:{2019-02-20T10:21:03} [...] http://[...] --xml -v
> [..] 
> It should find exactly 2 commits in this range

Check if all revisions (0:HEAD) on the root of the repository (not just trunk) are strictly monotonic increasing. If they are not, this can cause this issue. It is most frequently caused by importing repository history into a subtree of an existing repository.

Received on 2019-03-29 09:25:54 CET

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