An adage you'll hear from snotty slashdotters is "if you only have one backup, your data's not that important." and if you believe dire predictions there's no substitute for multiple, geo-redundant backups. In my examples I'm going to use abcd1234 for subversion's expected checksum and 1234abcd for the actual, and to indicate the corrupted file.
As I mentioned already in my previous comment, you should report your issue to our [email protected], which is a much better place for troubleshooting.
I can’t explain why this happened because in my several-year-long history with Subversion, I’ve never experienced this issue once.
SVN is software that helps you track revisions to files.
As such, it is very important for SVN to know when a file changes.
We have 6 repository on SVN Server all have java code but in one there is code.