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From Eric Johnson <e...@tibco.com>
Subject Re: svn log entries with no data
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2014 21:25:13 GMT
More puzzling then either case you suggest.

Doing "svn log -v --xml ..." directly on the server (thus side-stepping 
authorization questions) yields:

<logentry
    revision="2">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="3">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="4">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="5">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="6">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="7">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="8">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="9">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>
<logentry
    revision="10">
<paths>
</paths>
</logentry>

It's like the only thing left of these revisions is just the revision #. 
Even svnlook on the server yields blank responses.

$ svnlook info _______________ --revision 2


0
$ svnlook info _______________ --revision 3


0

Anyone seen anything like this before?

Eric.

On 3/14/14, 12:18 PM, Philip Martin wrote:
> Stefan Sperling <stsp@elego.de> writes:
>
>> On Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 10:51:56AM -0700, Eric Johnson wrote:
>>> Just encountered a weird issue....
>>>
>>> I'm seeing Subversion log entries with no data. For example, svn log output
>>> that looks like the following:
>>>
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> r2 | (no author) | (no date) | 1 line
>>>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> r3 | (no author) | (no date) | 1 line
>>>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> r4 | (no author) | (no date) | 1 line
>>>
>>> ....
>>>
>>> How is this possible? Have I lost data?
>>>
>>> svnadmin verify doesn't report any problems.
>>>
>>> Eric.
>> Perhaps the authz configuration denies your user access to one
>> or more paths which were modified in these revisions. In this
>> case the log message and changed paths list are never shown since
>> doing so might reveal the existence of secret files.
> If authz denies access to some, but not all, of the paths modified in a
> revision then log shows svn:author and svn:date but does not show
> svn:log.  That is not what is shown above.
>
> If authz denied access to all of the paths modified in a revision then
> log does not show any of svn:author, svn:date or svn:log.  That could be
> what is shown above.  Given read access to the root and no access to a
> subdir then revisions that only modify paths in the subdir produce that
> output.
>
> The other possibility is that svn:date and svn:author have been deleted
> from the revisions.
>


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