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FW: Checking a repository for corruption.

From: Calbazana, Al
Subject: FW: Checking a repository for corruption.
Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 10:20:49 -0400



I am interested in something similar to run as part of a cron job before repository backups.  I copied the script out and ran it.  I received the following output:


List of Files That Don't belong in Repository:

**** File: CVSROOT/verifymsg

**** File: CVSROOT/config

**** File: CVSROOT/history

**** File: CVSROOT/.#modules

**** File: CVSROOT/.#loginfo

**** File: CVSROOT/.#rcsinfo

**** File: CVSROOT/.#editinfo

**** File: CVSROOT/.#verifymsg

**** File: CVSROOT/.#commitinfo

**** File: CVSROOT/.#taginfo

**** File: CVSROOT/.#checkoutlist

**** File: CVSROOT/.#cvswrappers

**** File: CVSROOT/.#notify

**** File: CVSROOT/.#config


But... It appears as if these files were placed in the repository by cvs init?






-----Original Message-----
From: Charlie Farbstein [mailto:address@hidden
Tuesday, August 13, 2002 4:25 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Checking a repository for corruption.


Somewhere out there is a perl script ( that can be used to check a repository for corruption.  Will someone tell me from where it can be obtained.

Charles L. Farbstein

Titan Systems Corporation

Tactical Services Division


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