Svn checksum mismatch while updating expected actual
$ svnadmin verify /path/to/repository/ * Verified revision 0. Replace what was expected (45e4fa4e2514c0e6c73196cc393f53b7) with what was found (51c6939ae80c3bd8e12c922651e64ae6). Find the line beginning with "text:" that contains the checksum value.The result is something like:commit -m "" /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Commit failed (details follow):svn: Checksum mismatch for '/home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. MF Sending /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. MF'; expected: 'e59ba98152ab43ed640cdf076b0cdc51', actual: '0fad1171d44dba8be24547671ef6b510'Well, after trying to replace the local file with the remote one a couple of times:revert -N /home/moovida/rcpdevelopment/WORKSPACES/jgrassudig33workspace/eu.hydrologis.jgrass.charting.jfreechart.libs/META-INF/MANIFEST. The real problem is in those nice hidden svn-something files in every folder. So the deal is to remove the folder containing the corrupted file and update again. I've blown away my working copyof the repo and re-checked out and the problem goes away for a whileand then returns. What causes this and how I can prevent it from happening in the future? Is there an easier way then blowing away my WC and re-checking out to fix it?
Replace: text: 87 45e4fa4e2514c0e6c73196cc393f53b7 With this: text: 87 51c6939ae80c3bd8e12c922651e64ae6 To verify your changes worked, verify the specific revision where the error occurred by using -r with the svnadmin verify command.
qtshark_and qtshark_were removed in r45351 and added back in r45441.
It will remove the cached information about the problem directory from the working copy "cash-hash", and then restore it again with the actual information from the repository. here's how we check out a second copy of the relevant directory, and swap it in.
optionally then copying over any other corrupted files etc.
What has (most likely) happened is that the .svn/entries file has gotten corrupt somehow; this can happen if a svn client dies halfway in a commit, or for other reasons, but that is not what this post is about.