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From "Arivan S. Bastos" <asbastos...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Checksum mismatch creating repository?
Date Fri, 09 Jul 2010 12:30:01 GMT
I'll try using direct file:// access!

2010/7/9 Arivan S. Bastos <asbastos.br@gmail.com>

> 1) "Is this a verbatim copy of the error or is this for various values of
> #FILENAME#?"
> Various values.
>
> 2) "Why are you importing anything there?"
> We cant use a dump file, cause we dont have it. But I think it is not
> important, because the 'import' should work.
>
> 3) "Actually, I'm still not sure what exactly you did and on what
> machines."
>     a. I installed subversion
>     b. used "svnadmin create name # #"
>     c. used svn import-m "message" http:// servername # # / # # name /
> Simple! This steps work on a Windows 7 Machine!
>
> Thank u
>
>
> 2010/7/9 Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt@satorlaser.com>
>
> On Friday 09 July 2010, Arivan S. Bastos wrote:
>> > This week, the disk of our server burned and then we decided to upgrade
>> the
>> > windows 2008 server to Windows Server 2008 R2.
>> >
>> > After the upgrade we are facing problem with the use of Subversion.
>> > We try to use VisualSVN 2.1.2 and CollabNet 1.6.12, and also tried going
>> > back to version 1.4.6 (the version we used before the OS update), but
>> > always facing the same error:
>> >
>> > "error: svn: Checksum mismatch for #FILENAME#"
>>
>> Is this a verbatim copy of the error or is this for various values of
>> #FILENAME#?
>>
>> > The error happens when creating the repository using the command "svn
>> > import" to add
>>
>> Wait: Why are you importing anything there? When migrating servers, I'd
>> use
>> the following steps:
>> 1. Create dumpfiles on the old machine (this is part of the daily backup,
>> actually) and save the configuration (conf/ subdir of the repository).
>> 2. If the SVN versions are similar, copy the repository to the new
>> machine.
>> Otherwise, load the dumpfile into an empty repository and restore the
>> configuration.
>> 3. If the machine's hostname/IP isn't the same as the old one, convert
>> working
>> copies using "svn switch --relocate".
>>
>> Of course, importing can be part of the normal workflow, too, but then I'd
>> wonder if other operations on the new repository work, i.e. if it is only
>> imports that fail.
>>
>> > , and always seems to occur in large files over 100Mb. If we insist on
>> > trying to send the file, sometimes it is sent. However, when trying to
>> > perform the checkout (on client side) we got"cannot read chunk size"
>> > somewhere in the checkout, and looking at the apache log, we see the
>> > same "Checksum mismatch".
>> >
>> > Using the same version of subversion, performing the same procedures on
>> the
>> > same files on a computer running windows 7, this error does not occur.
>>
>> Actually, I'm still not sure what exactly you did and on what machines.
>> One
>> additional way to circle in the problem would be to access the repository
>> using direct file:// access.
>>
>> > It seems that there is some limitation of use of resources, because this
>> > seems to happens with large files only.
>>
>> I'm not running Apache here, but I seem to remember some kind of timeout
>> there
>> from a recent discussion. Obviously, using a large file or a slow
>> connection
>> it needs more time and thus also takes you closer to that timeout.
>>
>> Uli
>>
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