a bug in module loading? svn: "Mismatched FS module version"
From: Ilya Sandler <Ilya.Sandler_at_teleatlas.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2008 21:36:04 -0500
I believe there is a serious bug in how subversion finds some of its
As per instructons on subversion web site, I'm
The bug has been reported on user mailing list by several people.
and the answer has always been: "uninistall an older version of svn",
Furthermore, a very similar issue was recently discussed on dev.
(This message lists 3 related issues and provides a patch for the first
So is this a bug? Or am I grossly misunderstand something?
and the details:
I know that I am not the first one to encounter this problem, but I was
Now the situation: a linux (Suse 10) machine has a subversion 1.2.3
Does anyone know what can be done about this problem?
And now why I think this is a bug in subversion.
As nearly I can tell, the installation is correct: I can run
And then why is it even looking for bdb module? (It was
Then, ldd points to all correct libs,
~/>ldd /opt/bin/svnserve | & grep libsvn_
Yes strace shows that libsvn_fs_base-1 is loaded from outside of the tree!
strace /opt/subversion-1.4.5/bin/svnserve --version | & grep libsvn_fs_base
Seems like a bug to me
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