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RE: more on the import problem.

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-03-07 09:04:52 CET

> From: heller@wacked.org [mailto:heller@wacked.org]
> Sent: 07 March 2002 05:36

> ok. i posted this morning about an import problem. I was advised to
> upgrade both the client and the server, which I did. Though, i'm
> confused why they listed different version numbers when I
> bootstrapped them both on the same day. anyway. now I get:

Err, if you bootstrapped them both, you should see the same
version numbers.
> heller_at_blito:~/projs$ svn import http://manco/svn/repos/ util -m "Initial import of hebrank utils"
> svn_error: #21083 : <RA layer request failed>
> Server returned a Conflict Error:
> Your copy of '(null)' is probably out-of-date.
> And the log files show:
> [Sun Mar 06 22:52:48 2022] [error] [client] Could not CHECKOUT resource /svn/repos/$svn/bln/0. [409, #0]
> [Sun Mar 06 22:52:48 2022] [error] [client] (2)No such file or directory: The specified activity does not
> exist. [409, #0]
> Which is, strangely enough, essentially the same thing I started out
> with this morning. So, am I missing something about the dav setup
> that apache/subversion need? Perhaps something that hasn't made it
> into the docs?

Have you ever had a working version?
If not, try the apache 2.0.32 tarball, with the subversion 0.9.0 tarball.
That should at least give you something working to play with.
The INSTALL file in the subversion tree tells you quite well how
to set it all up.

Apache and subversion both can have unstable moments in the tree,
and apache is right in the middle of one of those moments. If you want
to play with bleeding edge, you have to deal with that.


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Received on Thu Mar 7 09:00:50 2002

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