Restarting the ntp server each morning when I wake up the machine again solves the problem.
This is rather old however it has been viewed thousands of times which makes me feel that it's still a relevant issue.
After this install Subclipse from using subclipse update site. I had the same problem, after creating some new classes.
Don't forget to restart eclipse / STS whenever asked to do so. I've fixed it after synchronizing with repository of the parent package.
I can't be sure, but I think it has to do with doing "reverts" when in changeset mode in synchronize.
Until I have a proper re-produceable test case, I can't log a bug.
I'm testing now to see if FUSE is the culprit - by switching to Samba.
Samba presented it's own set of problems - I use SVNKit v220.127.116.1121 (our repo is SVN 1.5.1).
You should no longer get the “install realtek audio driver failure” message with error code 0x000005b3.It's a huge annoyance to have to rebuild SVN each time. Also I'm connected via FUSE/SSHfs to the project on a VM.absolutely, the repo gets hosed, usually the result of a bunch of null chars that get written to the .entries file, and it requires a rebuild.The title might be a bit confusing, but if you face this error while installing or updating the Realtek audio driver, you will recognize it.Basically error code 0x000005b3 during the install of the Realtek audio driver indicates a problem with the driver installation, caused by the currently installed driver.
The steps that do solve the issue are to also remove the Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio in the System devices category.