SVN-Error E155010 while scanning/importing Repository into Fisheye

I am trying to import an svn-repository starting at revision 20000 (of ca. 23000) including branches and tags.

we are using the following svn-form:

trunk/
  proj1
  proj2
branches/
  proj1/
    v1.0
    v2.0
  proj2/
    v1.0
tags/
  proj1/
    v1.0
    v2.0
  proj2/
    v1.0

I configured custom symolic rules and since I only want to import 1 project into fisheyes I also specified some include-statements:

  • trunk/proj1
  • branches/proj1

I configured no excludes.

After starting the import and waiting for a few minutes I get the following error:

org.tmatesoft.svn.core.SVNException: svn: E155010: The node '/var/opt/crucible/var/tmp/BCS/FEImport8994579376633033493.tmp/mypath/myFilenameWithUmlauts.lnk' was not found.

what I find strange in the first place is: why is '/mypath/myFilenameWithUmlauts.lnk' outside of the range of files I specified in my include statements but somewhere in proj2.

and why I am getting this error at all? is it because of the umlauts?

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Hi,

Please note that /var/opt/crucible/var/tmp/BCS refers to a directory inside your FishEye installation.

As this is a temp directory, could you please shutdown your FishEye instance, delete /var/opt/crucible/var/tmp/ and start FishEye again?

I hope this helps!

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