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Re: assertion failure whilst copying a directory

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-09-06 22:33:35 CEST

On Friday 06 September 2002 05:41, Dylan Cuthbert wrote:
> Oddly enough, I don't seem to have had any more of these problems since
> doing a chgrp -R apache2 and a chmod -R g+w apache2 on the linux-box's svn
> directory. I thought just having the user apache2 enabled for read and
> writing would be enough but maybe not? (I had already double-checked this
> and the permissions were ok)

I was going to say, it looked like a permissions problem. Can you change the
group back to what it was before and try again?

If it is a permissions error as a result, then it's probably OK; I'm not sure
whether that should really be an error or not, but it probably should. The
thing that definitely needs to be fixed is the segfault. Before you try and
recreate it, make sure your system is set up to dump core ('man ulimit') and
run gdb on the core to get a stack trace from the time of the segfault (or
maybe you already knew how to do that). Send the stacktrace along with your

Peter Davis
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