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Re: Apache/mod_dav_svn Berkley DB version problems

From: Mark Plotnick <plotnick_at_ensodex.com>
Date: 2002-07-11 15:45:14 CEST

Actually, I was trying to "cheat" and used a prebuilt apache for solaris.

With everyting else in Apache being dynamically loaded/configured, it's hard to
fanthom that this one thing, Berkley DB, has to be compiled in.

Oh well, I'm in the process of building apache. Hopefully, that will
take care of it.


> Mark Plotnick <plotnick@ensodex.com> writes:
> > 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 ?
> 4.0.14 is "hard coded" into mod_dav_svn, it then does a run-time check
> to determine which version Apache is using. The error you see almost
> certainly means you built apache against 3.2.9 and not against
> 4.0.14. Did you pass '--with-dbm=db4' when you configured apache?
> --
> Philip Martin

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