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Author Kay Dörnemann <doernemk at Mathematik dot Uni-Marburg dot de>
Full name Kay Dörnemann <doernemk at Mathematik dot Uni-Marburg dot de>
Date 2009-03-29 07:09:56 PDT
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Hi,

I recently upgraded from SVN 1.5 to 1.6 by compiling the source on MacOS
(10.4 PPC). Everything seemed to work fine (I didn't test each
repository in detail) but then I tried to transfer my repositories from
BDB (BerkeleyDB.4.6.21) to FSFS:
svnadmin dump /svnBDB/myRepX -q | svnadmin load /svnFSFS/myRepX
That worked fine for 35 of my repositories but failed for the last one.
This is a large one with about 2500 revisions. I tried svnadmin recover
and the --deltas and --incremental switches for dump but every time the
dump fails with:
svnadmin: No such representation 'rv5'
and
svnadmin: Incomplete or unterminated property block

Additionally I tried db_recover -vceh but like svnadmin recover it
completes successfully but the dump still fails.
I searched the web but couldn't find a solution. Maybe someone on the
list could help me?

Thanks.

Cheers,

Kay
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Dipl.-Inform. Kay Dörnemann
Distributed Systems Group | Information Systems Institute
University of Marburg, Germany | University of Siegen, Germany
Phone: +49-6421-28-21563 | +49-271-740-4075
Fax: +49-6421-28-21573 | +49-271-740-2372
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