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Subversion polling in .76

Martin Ankerl
Hello, I have just upgraded from Hudson 1.65 to 1.76, and noticed that
the subversion polling behaviour has changed. We have several projects
that use one subversion repository, and when I change one project, all
the other projects are rebuilt too. It looks like the polling now just
looks at the overall repository revision number, and not if there are
any changes in the subdirectory.

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Re: Subversion polling in .76

Kohsuke Kawaguchi-2
Martin Ankerl wrote:
> Hello, I have just upgraded from Hudson 1.65 to 1.76, and noticed that
> the subversion polling behaviour has changed. We have several projects
> that use one subversion repository, and when I change one project, all
> the other projects are rebuilt too. It looks like the polling now just
> looks at the overall repository revision number, and not if there are
> any changes in the subdirectory.

Hi, can you give us a bit more information? For example, what are SVN
connection strings of your projects, and what Hudson reports on
subversion polling log?

The code still looks at the revision number of the directory that you
specified, not the "overall repository revision number."

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Martin Ankerl
> Hi, can you give us a bit more information? For example, what are SVN
> connection strings of your projects, and what Hudson reports on
> subversion polling log?

one project uses this subversion site:
https://CENSORED/mas/koagent/trunk

another one this:
https://CENSORED/mas/ensure4j/trunk

Hudson uses one subversion user that has readonly access to the whole
repository.
On the server we use subversion version 1.1.4 (r13838).

When I commit something to https://CENSORED/mas/koagent/trunk (new
revision is 18576), ensure4j is rebuilt with this message, even though
the revision number of the last change is 18574:

Started on 30.01.2007 18:06:13
Revision:18576
Done. Took 0 seconds
Changes found

I have exactly the same message in all of my projects. Same date, and
same revision number.

Is there anything else you need to know?

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Re: Subversion polling in .76

Kohsuke Kawaguchi-2

Thanks. I'll try to set up a similar environment and see if I can
reproduce the problem.

If you can open an issue for this that would be great. In this way
you'll get notified as soon as I fix the problem.

Martin Ankerl wrote:

>> Hi, can you give us a bit more information? For example, what are SVN
>> connection strings of your projects, and what Hudson reports on
>> subversion polling log?
>
> one project uses this subversion site:
> https://CENSORED/mas/koagent/trunk
>
> another one this:
> https://CENSORED/mas/ensure4j/trunk
>
> Hudson uses one subversion user that has readonly access to the whole
> repository.
> On the server we use subversion version 1.1.4 (r13838).
>
> When I commit something to https://CENSORED/mas/koagent/trunk (new
> revision is 18576), ensure4j is rebuilt with this message, even though
> the revision number of the last change is 18574:
>
> Started on 30.01.2007 18:06:13
> Revision:18576
> Done. Took 0 seconds
> Changes found
>
> I have exactly the same message in all of my projects. Same date, and
> same revision number.
>
> Is there anything else you need to know?
>

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Martin Ankerl
> If you can open an issue for this that would be great. In this way
> you'll get notified as soon as I fix the problem.

I have opened an issue here:
https://hudson.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=265

Thanks for your effort!

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