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Apache/mod_dav_svn Berkley DB version problems

From: Mark Plotnick <plotnick_at_ensodex.com>
Date: 2002-07-11 14:57:36 CEST

I have gone through an arduos process of getting subversion working,
and I don't want to quit now!

I'm running on Sparc/SunOS 5.8 using Apache 2.0.39

Trying to do a svn operation through mod_dav_svn
which leads to the following error in the apache error_log:

No such file or directory: Bad database version: 3.2.9

I have a very recent version (0.,13.2) of svn that I have
built together with BerkleyDB 4.0.14.

As far as I know the only Berkley DB I have is the one
that I loaded for svn's sake. Why is apache complaining
about 3.2.9 ? Is that somehow hard coded into apache ?

How can I make apache/mod_dav_svn see the right version,
as svadmin and 'svn import file:///.... ' obviously
do ?

Could it be something completely different that is wrong ?


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