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New svn branches not seen in Crucible version 2.6.3

Perry Francis Nov 14, 2012

We created new branches in svn and we are unable to get Crucible to see them. Browsing the repository does not detect the new branches. I am running a full indexing on that repository, it has been running for 4 days and I still do not see any of the new branches. Does anyone know how to fix it?

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Avdhesh Chauhan Jan 28, 2013

Can u delete your temp files and then restart your fisheye.

If there are multiple branches with same host nmae also there might be problem - so internal set different host names in your fihseye server and update SCM accordingly

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