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Fisheye is not showing file

All, I've got a situation where fe is not showing a file, as in I know it is there @HEAD, but it hasn't been touch is say 30k revisions. Now we have a need to make some changes to it and want to see the diff in crucible. The repo is svn.


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I'd set up a copy of this repository (with no exclusions or hidden paths set up) and run a full index.

I can also add that we are currently running version 2.6. I know our ops guys are working on upgrading, any thoughts if that might solve this problem? Is so I can push a little harder on them.

The repo was setup about 3 years ago, when configuring FE and verified now, there is not a 'Start Revision' defined

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Tom Davies Atlassian Team Mar 04, 2013

When you set up the repository, did you set a 'Start Revision' (under the advanced setting on the SVN Connection Details page) to exclude the early revisions of your repository from scanning?

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Hi Eric,

If FishEye is not showing the most recent files, there's probably an indexing problem, but a communication problem between FishEye and the repository may be happening as well.

Could you please use the command line on the server where FishEye is installed and try to run this command:

  • svn info <repo url here>

This will allow you to check if there are network issues between FishEye and the repository.

Also, if possible, could you please try to re-index the repository from scratch?

Please let us know if this helps.

svn info returned fine. Yesterday I did do a full re-index and that didn't seem to help. After the re-index though I did find this in the fisheye.out log,

2013-03-04 10:35:34,400 ERROR - Modification found to path/to/file/ with no previous revision

This is odd to me as if I run svn log path/to/file/ there are 2 entries, r804 and r4959. Clearly there is a previous revision.

Our operations guys did a migration and during the migration they upgraded FishEye to the latest and naturally we had to do a new index, we are still experiencing this problem, any other guesses?

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