Another post to save Future Howard the trouble of trying to remember how to fix a problem: when the DNS server in the USG-PRO has cached an old or invalid IP for a host. To verify:
You’re welcome, Future Howard.
For future-Howard (and team), how to fix the error from SVN “your .svn/tmp directory may be missing or corrupt”.
for /R /D %i in (.svn) do if exist "%i" mkdir "%i/tmp"
Open CMD, cd to the SVN directory then run the above command. It will place a new tmp directory inside each .svn directory.
After you run the command, an svn cleanup should succeed.
Another post for future Howard, which may be useful to other people with a very specific set of circumstances. Namely: you’re running Snow Leopard on a Gigabyte P35-DS4 with a GeForce 8800 GTX 768MB in the first PCIE slot, and a GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB in the second.
I always forget this in between using it, so for the benefit of future Howard, here’s how to fix orphaned users resulting from restoring a SQL database to a different machine.
The Windows Server Performance team show how to increase network throughput to guest VMs on Hyper-V. Linking here for Future-Howard, who will certainly need it again.
Windows Server Performance Team Blog : Increase VMBus buffer sizes to increase network throughput to guest VMs.