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When to run db_recover?

From: Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-07-10 10:37:53 CEST

This is about the third time I've run into this, so I think this
merits a mention in the docs, but I don't know where it should go.

When you see the following errors from:


svn_error: #21100 : <Couldn't find a repository.>
  svn_ra_local__split_URL: Unable to find valid repository


svn_error: #21089 : <Berkeley DB error>
  REPORT request failed on /my-repos

svn_error: #21089 : <Berkeley DB error>
Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem /path/to/repos:
No such file or directory


You need to run:

db_recover -ve -h /path/to/repos

I think this is FAQ #1 for site admins. And, it'd be really nice if
SVN clients would hint that db_recover should run. -- justin

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