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Re: can't create valid repositry

From: shivaken <shivaken_at_jcom.home.ne.jp>
Date: 2002-12-18 15:36:10 CET

Hi, Karl.

I installed subversion-r3578 to another machine(Mandrake Linux 8.0).
In that machine, All subversion's tools worked.

I wanted to clarify which is the problem's cause svn (and svnlook) or
repository created by svnadmin.
So, I copied a new repository from Mandrake to my machine has a trouble with
subversion.
Then, "svnlook youngest repository" and "svn import ..." worked.

After all, in my SourceMage Linux system svnadmin can't create a valid
repository.

On Wednesday 18 December 2002 00:55, Karl Fogel wrote:
> Do you know how to run GDB? If you can run 'svnlook youngest foo' in
> GDB, with a breakpoint on make_error_internal (you might have to break
> in main() first, then set the other breakpoint), and see what's going
> on when this error is made, that would probably tell us a lot.
>
> A glance at your repository doesn't show anything wrong, though I
> could be missing something in the db_dump -da output.
>
> Yes, Berkeley 4.0.14 is the right one.
>
> Hmmm...
>
> -Karl

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