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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author benjaminm
Full name Benjamin M.
Date 2007-09-08 07:31:59 PDT
Message Ph. Marek wrote, On 06/09/07 01:32:
>> Only "fsvs diff" continues to create weird results ...
>>
> ...
>
>> seems to return everything on the filesystem (usually with "Only in
>> local filesystem: " message since almost everything is excluded in my
>> current config).
>>
>> I would expect to get only dirs / files not ignored reported...
>>
> Fixed; I forgot to load the ignore patterns for diff.
> With -v you can see the "Only in local filesystem" lines (only for
> non-ignored entries).
>
>
Simply perfect! Good job! Now I'm out of bug ;-)

Ben.
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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2007-09-05 22:32:45 PDT
Message > Only "fsvs diff" continues to create weird results ...
...
> seems to return everything on the filesystem (usually with "Only in
> local filesystem: " message since almost everything is excluded in my
> current config).
>
> I would expect to get only dirs / files not ignored reported...
Fixed; I forgot to load the ignore patterns for diff.
With -v you can see the "Only in local filesystem" lines (only for
non-ignored entries).


Regards,

Phil

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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author benjaminm
Full name Benjamin M.
Date 2007-09-05 13:56:40 PDT
Message Ph. Marek wrote, On 31/08/07 06:44:
> Hello Ben,
>
> ...
>
>> Nope. Brand new repository. Also... On the second revision, there are
>> two ways I can get the data to be really included in the repository
>>
>> - using fsvs ci -CC
>> - making some changes to the file content...
>>
>> Otherwise the file stays empty... So the bug seems to be only affecting
>> file data on the first add / commit.
>>
> Solved for you?
Yes! Also, all run-tests are now working.

Only "fsvs diff" continues to create weird results ...

# fsvs ignore dump
t./var/spool/asterisk/**
t./var/log/asterisk/**
t./var/lib/asterisk/**
t./usr/local/etc/asterisk**
t./etc/modprobe*
./**

# fsvs st
.m.. dir .

# fsvs diff ./
Only in local filesystem: ./.asterisk_history
Only in local filesystem: ./.autofsck
Only in local filesystem: ./.autorelabel

# fsvs diff -R

seems to return everything on the filesystem (usually with "Only in
local filesystem: " message since almost everything is excluded in my
current config).

I would expect to get only dirs / files not ignored reported...

Ben.
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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2007-08-31 03:44:18 PDT
Message Hello Ben,

...
> Nope. Brand new repository. Also... On the second revision, there are
> two ways I can get the data to be really included in the repository
>
> - using fsvs ci -CC
> - making some changes to the file content...
>
> Otherwise the file stays empty... So the bug seems to be only affecting
> file data on the first add / commit.
Solved for you?


Regards,

Phil


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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author benjaminm
Full name Benjamin M.
Date 2007-08-29 12:10:30 PDT
Message Philipp Marek wrote, On 29/08/07 13:49:
>> But I think you should really prioritize the "fsvs add" creating empty
>> files bug... since it can leads to data loss...
>>
> Hmmm ... was the file versioned before the add?
>
>
Nope. Brand new repository. Also... On the second revision, there are
two ways I can get the data to be really included in the repository

- using fsvs ci -CC
- making some changes to the file content...

Otherwise the file stays empty... So the bug seems to be only affecting
file data on the first add / commit.

Ben.
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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2007-08-29 10:49:19 PDT
Message On Tuesday 28 August 2007 Benjamin M. wrote:
> Talking of sync-repos, I just noticed... I'm getting a duplicate line at
> the end...
>
> # fsvs sync-repos
> <...>
> N... dir /etc/modprobe.d
> N... 0 /etc/modprobe.conf
> N... dir /etc
> ..C. dir /
> ..C. dir / <---- duplicate
> sync-repos for file:///root/fsvs/as​terisk-01/repository​/trunk rev 2.
Yes, I saw that too. Will be done in the next time.

> But I think you should really prioritize the "fsvs add" creating empty
> files bug... since it can leads to data loss...
Hmmm ... was the file versioned before the add?


Regards,

Phil


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Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author benjaminm
Full name Benjamin M.
Date 2007-08-28 12:06:51 PDT
Message Philipp Marek wrote, On 28/08/07 13:17:
> Do you see anything strange? Eg. is "fsvs st" output normal?
Everything seems normal on "fsvs st"...
> I'm currently changing some things in sync-repos ... see tomorrow or so for
> the newest versions.
Talking of sync-repos, I just noticed... I'm getting a duplicate line at
the end...

# fsvs sync-repos
<...>
N... dir /etc/modprobe.d
N... 0 /etc/modprobe.conf
N... dir /etc
..C. dir /
..C. dir / <---- duplicate
sync-repos for file:///root/fsvs/as​terisk-01/repository​/trunk rev 2.

But I think you should really prioritize the "fsvs add" creating empty
files bug... since it can leads to data loss...

Ben.

Re: fsvs-rev1088 sync-repos (debug log)

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2007-08-28 10:17:35 PDT
Message On 18:30:57 you wrote:
> No more SEGV...
Thank you, committed as r1091.

Do you see anything strange? Eg. is "fsvs st" output normal?
I'm currently changing some things in sync-repos ... see tomorrow or so for
the newest versions.


Regards,

Phil

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