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SVN: Missing update-report close tag on CheckOut

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With VisualSVN server version 2.1.4 (svn server version 1.6.13) When I try to checkout our project it throws an error message "svn: E175009: Missing update-report close tag". What could be the reason for this error message?
Can something could be corrupt in our server? If so is there any tool to verify and correct our repository?

posted May 5, 2014 by Seema Siddique

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Try svnadmin verify _repository_dir_ on the server machine. If that reports a problem, you might get information on how to repair it.

For example, I routinely run "svnadmin verify /var/www/html/svn/repo" on my server. This requires read privilege on all directories in the repository, of course, so I run it as root.

answer May 5, 2014 by Sumit Pokharna
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