[cvsnt] Re: Possible CVS Archive corruption and how to solve

Jörg Spilker js at jetsys.de
Sun May 9 06:47:35 BST 2004

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Am Freitag, 7. Mai 2004 14:14 schrieb Tony Hoyle:

Hello Tony,

> You can open the files in a good text editor (I use textpad) and just
> have a look.  The format is very simple and it should be reasonably
> obvious if the problem is a few characters.
> However if (as is likely if you have disk corruption) a large section
> of the file is corrupt, you'll have to restore from backups.

but which files do i have to look for? Is this a problem with some 
administrative files in the repository or a problem with the data files 

Greetings, Jörg

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