On Thu, 2004-07-15 at 19:17, Steve wrote:
> > That's a FreeBSD Port specific problem, and use of FSFS instead of BDB
> > will not make any difference. We still link against apr-util, so you'll
> > still need that library.
> I kind of figured as much. Oh well, thanks for the answer.
Hmmm. I've seen this problem on my systems, however the port installed
fine. The problem I saw was that at run-time (i.e. trying to invoke any
of the subversion executables) the dynamic linker was complaining about
not finding the libapr shared library. (Sorry, I don't have a record of
exactly what the error was.)
My two repository servers are running 4.10-STABLE. Port revisions as
apache-2.0.50 = up-to-date with port
subversion-1.0.5 = up-to-date with port
'devel/subversion' => 'WITH_MOD_DAV_SVN=yes WITH_SVNSERVE_WRAPPER=yes'
'www/apache2' => 'WITH_BERKELEYDB=db42'
...argh. While I was trying to get all the information togther to
document what I thought was a reasonable workaround, I discovered that I
had an extra copy of the libapr libraries (built along with apache2)
that portupgrade stashed away for backward compatibility. That's bound
to make a difference in some bizarre way.
Anyways. One possible workaround is to do "ldconfig -m
/usr/local/lib/apache2". I think this was alluded to in PR 67130 as an
ugly hack, but I don't care...I need to keep a couple of repositories
I'm off to go try to understand what's going on with my two repository
servers now...like why they're working at all. :-p
Received on Fri Jul 16 06:37:08 2004