Resolving “Failed to get lock on destination repos” in svnsync
If you are getting the following error during svnsync:
Failed to get lock on destination repos, currently held by 'computername:uuid'
There may be a stale lock left on the repository.
If you are sure — after waiting for a short while — that nobody is accessing the repository, you can override the lock by adding the following parameter to the svnsync command:
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