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Author Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com>
Full name Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com>
Date 2008-08-29 12:27:55 PDT
Message I'm not sure about why this is happenig...but this is driving me
crazy. Now, after I thought we had the problems behind us. I found a
file that should be on the OS (it is in subversion, but refuses to
show up in a status and remote-status), but isn't. So, I "bumped" the
file on the "master" system, and re-ran the "fsvs update
-oconflict=remote -d" command, and got this error (only the last few
lines included):

15:23:28.143 up__parse_prop[update.c:165] got property for sql:
svn:entry:committed-rev=39
15:23:28.143 cb___store_prop[raca​llback.c:292] have
name=svn:entry:committed-rev; user? 0
15:23:28.143 up__parse_prop[update.c:165] got property for sql:
svn:entry:committed-​date=2008-08-29T18:5​9:37.704186Z
15:23:28.143 cb___store_prop[raca​llback.c:292] have
name=svn:entry:committed-date; user? 0
15:23:28.143 up__parse_prop[update.c:165] got property for sql:
svn:entry:last-author=user
15:23:28.143 cb___store_prop[raca​llback.c:292] have
name=svn:entry:last-author; user? 0
15:23:28.143 up__parse_prop[update.c:165] got property for sql:
svn:entry:uuid=9b534​c72-a6ac-4330-b533-7​5b76ca60dff
15:23:28.143 cb___store_prop[raca​llback.c:292] have name=svn:entry:uuid; user? 0
15:23:28.143 ops__find_entry_byna​me[est_ops.c:781] Searching for
create_schema.sql (create_schema.sql) found no entry (ignored_too=0)
15:23:28.143 cb__add_entry[racallback.c:165] entry
opt/myoffice/sql/cre​ate_schema.sql, mode 0100000; not found, may not
create

An error occurred at 15:23:28.187: No such file or directory (2)
  in cb__record_changes_mixed [racallback.c:834]:
reporter->finish_report: cb___open_file
15:23:28.187 main[fsvs.c:1261] memory stats: 0x807e000 to 0x81e9000, 1452 KB

I _really_ want this solution to work. It seems quite elegant and
feels like the most appropriate solution for us. The problem is that
I'm starting to get some push from other team members to move to other
solutions. The fact is, we _can_not_ use the fsvs if it is so
unpredictable.

Could we have messed up something in the compile?

Could we have messed up something in the repository initialization?

Could we have some odd config settings that are interfeering with the
running of this?

At this point, I think something is wrong with our setup, since there
does appear to be plenty of people that have successfully used this
system. My goal is to find out what we're doing wrong/differently,
and fix it. Let me know and I can send/post all of my configs,
including the commands I'm using to initialize/update the system.

Again, I really do appreciate all of your help (especially Phil).
Thanks in advance for any thoughts you can offer.

Stu

On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 2:32 PM, Philipp Marek <philipp at marek dot priv dot at> wrote:
> On Friday 29 August 2008 Stuart Lester wrote:
>> A little progress (and maybe a resolution). You mentioned the
>> "conflict" option in an earlier reply/post. I think that's probably
>> key to resolving this...we want to set that to "remote". I don't know
>> how to do that. I believe, after looking through the docs, that the
>> option we need is:
>> -oconflict=remote
>>
>> Is this correct?
> Yes, for the commandline.
> But you could use that in the $FSVS_CONF/config file (or the WC-specific),
> too.
>
>
> But that should just be a workaround - why are these files reported as
> changed? For a directory I could understand it if files below are
> added/removed - but that doesn't cause this error for me.
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Phil
>
>
> --
> Versioning your /etc, /home or even your whole installation?
> Try fsvs (fsvs.tigris.org)!
>

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fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-26 10:32:01 PDT
     Re: fsvs use case pmarek P.Marek 2008-08-27 01:44:58 PDT
         Re: fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-27 07:45:39 PDT
             Re: fsvs use case pmarek P.Marek 2008-08-27 09:05:14 PDT
                 Re: fsvs use case griffon26 Maurice van der Pot 2008-08-27 11:50:22 PDT
                 Re: fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-28 08:14:47 PDT
                     Re: fsvs use case pmarek P.Marek 2008-08-28 09:09:01 PDT
                         Re: fsvs use case pmarek P.Marek 2008-08-29 02:00:47 PDT
                             Re: fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-29 06:30:56 PDT
                                 Re: fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-29 06:36:53 PDT
                                     Re: fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-29 08:21:37 PDT
                                         Re: fsvs use case pmarek P.Marek 2008-08-29 11:32:20 PDT
                                             Re: fsvs use case Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> Stuart Lester <stuart dot lester at gmail dot com> 2008-08-29 12:27:55 PDT
                                                 Re: fsvs use case pmarek P.Marek 2008-08-30 00:03:29 PDT
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