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Re: Subversion 0.14.0 problems/bugs (memory fault with -m & svn update)

From: Jason White <jasonjgw_at_pacific.net.au>
Date: 2002-08-16 01:17:31 CEST

I am still experiencing memory faults, but I suspect they may be more
connected with the berkeley database than with svn proper. So far I
haven't been able to track down the cause. Here are the symptoms:

Running various svn commands (co, ci, log etc.) sometimes, for no
predictable reason, induces a "memory fault" error message. The
database is always in an inconsistent state thereafter and must be
[tmp_at_jdc]$ svn co file:///home/jason/svn/test
Memory fault

The closest I managed to get to this while running gdb was a hang of
some sort, which had to be interrupted from the keyboard:

Program received signal SIGINT, Interrupt.
[Switching to Thread 1024 (LWP 1991)]
0x400b95c1 in __db_shalloc_4000 () from /usr/lib/libdb-4.0.so

I don't have any reason to suspect any hardware problems; everything
else on my system is running normally, with no crashes or other

[jason@jdc]$ uname -a
Linux jdc 2.4.17-xfs #1 Sat Jan 19 16:47:16 EST 2002 i686

Any suggestions?

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Received on Fri Aug 16 01:18:10 2002

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