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  1. You cannot get a definitive answer "this is a...

    You cannot get a definitive answer "this is a move" but you can infer a move by connecting a delete with a copy from the same node.


    $ svnadmin create repo
    $ svn mkdir -mm file://`pwd`/repo/X
    $...
  2. You need to install the apr-util-ldap package. ...

    You need to install the apr-util-ldap package. The WANdisco Subversion packages now supply upgraded apr and apr-util packages. The upgraded apr-util splits LDAP support into a separate apr-util-ldap...
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    Upgrade to 1.8 and read ...

    Upgrade to 1.8 and read

    http://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.7.html#server-performance-tuning
    http://subversion.apache.org/docs/release-notes/1.8.html#fsfs-enhancements
  4. Your terminology is a bit confusing, I assume...

    Your terminology is a bit confusing, I assume /var/www/website/ is a working copy and the associated repository URL contains "rep1" and you want it to contain "rep2" instead.

    If the repositories...
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    You have specified 'repos' in the root path for...

    You have specified 'repos' in the root path for svnserve and in the URL. The result is that the disk path to the repository is /u02/svn/repos/repos. Is that the location of your repository? Perhaps...
  6. From the command line you can use the "svnlook"...

    From the command line you can use the "svnlook" command. I'm not clear what information you want to see, perhaps "svnlook tree" or "svnlook changed" or "svnlook history".
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    The rep-cache.db file is only used by commit so...

    The rep-cache.db file is only used by commit so should not affect update/checkout directly. However if commits are occuring frequently then commits that accessing the large file may be slowing...
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    How many revisions in the repository? What is...

    How many revisions in the repository? What is the output of the command:

    sqlite3 rep-cache.db "select count(*) from rep_cache"

    Is it possible to say how many files get modified in a typical...
  9. svn import myproject/sub1/sub11/sub111/...

    svn import myproject/sub1/sub11/sub111/ svn+ssh://myhost/myrepository/sub1/sub11/sub111
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    Are you trying to use plaintext password storage,...

    Are you trying to use plaintext password storage, gnome keyring, kde wallet or gpg agent? Are you using svn+ssh?

    It's possible that your binary was built with plaintext password storage disabled....
  11. Run 'svnlook changed' and get a list of all the...

    Run 'svnlook changed' and get a list of all the paths modified in the transaction. Select lines with 'A' or 'M' in the first column and get the path starting from the fourth column. Paths that end...
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    You want a peg revision: ^/A@123 A ...

    You want a peg revision:


    ^/A@123 A

    rather than


    -r123 ^/A A
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    There should be more details in the Apache error...

    There should be more details in the Apache error log. Running out of disk space in /tmp or TMPDIR can cause this.
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    Support for numeric IPv6 URLs is in the upcoming...

    Support for numeric IPv6 URLs is in the upcoming Subversion 1.8 release.
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    I cannot reproduce the problem from your recipe....

    I cannot reproduce the problem from your recipe. With this repository:


    svnadmin create repo
    svn -mm import repo/format file://`pwd`/repo/T/a
    svn -mm import repo/format file://`pwd`/repo/T/b...
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    The upcoming 1.8 release will detect this and...

    The upcoming 1.8 release will detect this and raise a tree-conflict.
    http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3150
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    svnsync uses svn_ra_callbacks2_t directly so is...

    svnsync uses svn_ra_callbacks2_t directly so is similar to svnmucc, set source_callbacks.get_client_string and sync_callbacks.get_client_string in make_subcommand_baton().
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    For clients that use an svn_client_context_t you...

    For clients that use an svn_client_context_t you can set the client_name member:


    Index: subversion/svn/main.c
    ===================================================================
    ---...
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    The POST tells us that the repository root URL is...

    The POST tells us that the repository root URL is '/repo1', combine that with SVNParentPath to get a repository path on disk of '/path/to/repos/repo1' and a format file path on disk of...
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    What error do you get?

    What error do you get?
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    Are you committing from a working copy or are you...

    Are you committing from a working copy or are you importing directly? If you are committing from a working copy which repository root URL is associated with the working copy? (Use "svn info" on the...
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    The hex characters look like one of the CJK...

    The hex characters look like one of the CJK languages: 统找不到指定的路径 Could that be a translation of the error message "no such file or directory"?

    It appears that 'path\\to\\repos\\error.php' is...
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    Generally you look in the Apache log and the...

    Generally you look in the Apache log and the system log. The log messages you have shown are just the standard messages when Apache is shut down or restarted so they don't tell us anything.
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    When you commit inside /branches/branch1 you...

    When you commit inside /branches/branch1 you create a new representation of the committed item in the repository. You also create a new representation of the parent directory of the committed item,...
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    One possibility is that you have a directory,...

    One possibility is that you have a directory, /tags/ or /branches/ perhaps, that has a large number of entries and which keeps getting larger as more branches/tags are created. Then any commit to any...
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