Svn checksum mismatch while updating expected actual
But this allowed such manipulation as I described above.Subverion 1.7 stores this stuff in the working copy root only (for externals, it stores it in the root of an external working copy too).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.Recently got the error message “svn: Checksum mismatch for ‘/var/www/magento/app/locale/sv_SE/template/email/sales/.svn/text-base/testfile.svn-base’; expected: ‘2b991059e896f837f33875df8070e1ab’, actual: ’71d7d03cf41d65b6c28471dd2e96c2e1′” A quick fix this issue is to Obligatory disclaimer: This worked for me, it keeps the file history and all should be well.If the sales folder would have been larger (and or my connection to the svn server slower) perhaps some other solution is preferred; but this was quick and worked. There are a number of hits when you go searching for this problem, some of those workarounds may work better for you - this is just what worked for me. Client Exception: Checksum mismatch while updating 'D:\WWW\Project\.svn\text-base\svn-base'; expected: '3f9fd4dd7d1a0304d8020f73300a3e07', actual: 'cd669dce5300d7035eccb543461a961e' The easiest way to fix it (if you don't have many changes) is to copy your changes to another directory, delete the directory where your project is checked out, and checkout the project again.Then copy your changes back in (don't copy any folders) and commit, and continue.
If the repository gets corrupted you shouldn't hyperventilate knowing at least the latest rev of your data is in multiple places.I chose "revert" for the file, with no other modifications to the files, and things returned to normal. In Intelli J IDEA I was able to make a copy of the file, then go into the project and delete the file in question, then commit successfully.Then, I made a new file with the same name and copy the contents back into it.If you screw up your repository by following these steps, don't blame me.This worked for me, if it doesn't work for you, try one of the other links above. If you're paranoid enough, getting into this situation in the first place (most likely a corrupted block on your drive) won't be that scary because you keep your tree checked out on multiple machines.