martin f krafft wrote: > I do not recall the details, but I've had numerous occasions where > I'd have to dump and restore the repository with svnadmin because > some obscure errors prevented me from using the repository.
Hum... if you can properly dump and restore, then the repository is not corrupted. Dump just output raw data extracted from the repository, and restore just reconstruct a new repository with what dump outputted. If the repository was corrupted, dump would fail to output some (or all) revisions. It seems that what you got was some dangling lock or unfinished transaction. Nothing that I would call a "corruption" (i.e. data loss). Something that 'svnadmin rmlocks' or 'svnadmin rmtxns' would fix. -- Juliano F. Ravasi ·· http://juliano.info/ 5105 46CC B2B7 F0CD 5F47 E740 72CA 54F4 DF37 9E96 "A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle." -- Erin Majors * NOTE: Don't try to reach me through this address, use "contact@" instead. _______________________________________________ vcs-home mailing list email@example.com http://lists.madduck.net/listinfo/vcs-home