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Artifact ID: fab03c058c384a47f0690fdeda19aaf03c3b3e4d
Ticket: 472e68c0b23e152ea1efafc9f05f033788d13786
fossil: unable to find the name of a repository database
User & Date: anonymous 2010-10-15 08:49:36
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  1. Change comment to:

    I'm getting an error while trying to open a fossil.

    buildbot@nikko:~/deep$ fossil clone http://fatman@dreamtrack.dnsalias.com/fossils/reu2.cgi ./reu2.fossil
                    Bytes      Cards  Artifacts     Deltas
    Send:              49          1          0          0
    Received:         120          2          0          0
    Send:             625         25          0          0
    password for fatman: 
    Received:       11103        102          0          0
    Send:            4326        102          0          0
    Received:      247439        183         84          7
    Total network traffic: 3233 bytes sent, 65198 bytes received
    Rebuilding repository meta-data...
    91 (100%)...
    project-id: d6157f03e5e3841d78af989ebb366a76ff9dd7ee
    server-id:  58dff3acfea5e3dbaada844a657c9bd1f5cc186c
    admin-user: buildbot (password is "blah")
    buildbot@nikko:~/deep$ ls
    _FOSSIL_  reu2.fossil
    buildbot@nikko:~/deep$ fossil open ./reu2.fossil 
    fossil: unable to find the name of a repository database
    

    If you have recently updated your fossil executable, you might need to run "fossil all rebuild" to bring the repository schemas up to date. buildbot@nikko:~/Reu2/deep$ fossil open

    It is morning, pre-coffee. I could be forgetting something.

  2. Change foundin to "[528c581154] 2010-09-28 18:40:01 UTC"
  3. Change private_contact to "990fc58e2fbfe89bc7012d67ec7054419441d450"
  4. Change severity to "Severe"
  5. Change status to "Open"
  6. Change title to:

    fossil: unable to find the name of a repository database

  7. Change type to "Code_Defect"