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

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Sun May 9 21:01:59 BST 2004

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Jörg Spilker wrote:

> 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 
> itself? 
You didn't give enough information to answer that question.  It will have told 
you which file on the error message.

I would run scandisk etc. on your system though because corruption does not 
just happen - it will have a cause.


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