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Re: Have I got a corrupt repository?

From: Andy Jones
Subject: Re: Have I got a corrupt repository?
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 09:35:45 +0000

>What do you see in the CVS/Entries file for the corresponding directory
>that is showing those 'greek' filenames?

Yep, you're right.  That's where the "greek filename" is coming from.

>That would be a matter of looking in bug tracking for your vendor
>(Redhat for version 7.1) to see if there were any bug reports against
>the kernel you are using.

Okay, I can't see anything, but that's not complete proof that you are wrong.  

>The line in entries.c is this one:
>    if (fprintf (fp, "/%s/%s/%s", p->user, p->version, p->timestamp) < 0)
>so it miht be interesting for you to issue the commands
>  up
>  up
>  p *p

(gdb) up
#1  0x40156677 in fprintf () from /lib/
(gdb) up
#2  0x0805d950 in fputentent (fp=0x82f7b40, p=0x80fbda0) at entries.c:424
424         if (fprintf (fp, "/%s/%s/%s", p->user, p->version, p->timestamp) < 
(gdb) p *p
$1 = {type = 136248160, user = 0x80feec8 "\n\tim1", version = 0x632f6c61 
<Address 0x632f6c61 out of bounds>,
  timestamp = 0x725f7376 <Address 0x725f7376 out of bounds>,
  options = 0x736f7065 <Address 0x736f7065 out of bounds>,
  tag = 0x726f7469 <Address 0x726f7469 out of bounds>, date = 0x61742f79 
<Address 0x61742f79 out of bounds>,
  conflict = 0x74736570 <Address 0x74736570 out of bounds>}


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