|Expected FS format '2'; found format '3' (Beginners problem Installation) [message #38331]
||Wed, 26 November 2008 14:59
Originally posted by: ed_08.tantec.de|
today I decided to start using subversion to mangage my C++ projects and
also found subversive.
I installed subversion under Windows XP using file
"Setup-Subversion-1.5.3.msi" (later also tried
"Setup-Subversion-1.5.1.en-us.msi") and it works. Also I installed
subversive and svn connectors and it is available in Eclipse IDE.
I used "svnadmin create" to create a repository and then tried to add
the repository location to subversive, by entering the URL to "New
Repository Location" dialog. This results in following message:
Location information has been specified incorrectly
svn: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
svn: Unable to open repository 'file:///D:/Daten/SVN'
svn: Expected FS format '2'; found format '3'
What's wrong? Is it a problem of installation or usage?
|Re: Expected FS format '2'; found format '3' (Beginners problem Installation) [message #45758 is a reply to message #45727]
||Sat, 02 May 2009 14:54
Registered: July 2009
> Edzard Egberts wrote:
>> Igor Burilo schrieb:
>>> So try to change SVN Connector to 1.5.x, you can do it at
>>> Preferences/Team/SVN in SVN Connector tab.
>> Yes, now it works.
>> Thank you,
> I am having a similar problem getting the error:
> "Expected FS format '2'; found format '3' "
> I'm running a SVN 1.5.6 server and trying to connect to a SVN 1.5
> repository. I'm using Subversive 0.7.8.I20090428-1500 and my connector
> setting is set to SVNKit (SVN/1.5.2 SVNKit/1.2.0 r4949).
> I have the same setup on another computer and it works just fine. Anyone
> have any ideas for debugging this problem?
The problem has been fixed. It seems that uninstalling all SVN connectors
other than the SVNKit 1.2.0 fixed the problem. I'm not sure what the
issue was but it seems to connect okay now. We have had simiar SVN
problem with IBM's RAD and WID before when more than one type of connector
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