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RE: Can't access to repository.

From: Leeuw van der, Tim <tim.leeuwvander_at_nl.unisys.com>
Date: 2002-12-18 00:12:49 CET

Hi,

I already changed my startup so that Apache doesn't start when I boot the
machine, so Apache doesn't even get a chance to acquire any locks... But I
do suspecht that apache-crashes (or crashes of mod-dav-svn inside of apache,
or whatever) caused these problems I have with my database.

Glad your problems are over at least,

--Tim

-----Original Message-----
From: Leandro Lucarella [mailto:luca@llucax.hn.org]
Sent: dinsdag 17 december 2002 4:33
To: Leeuw van der, Tim
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Can't access to repository.

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Leeuw van der, Tim, el lunes 16 de diciembre a las 17:46 me escribiste:
> Hi,
>
> Your first option is: svnadmin recover <path-to-repos>

I did, maybe I wasn't very clear in the original e-mail. svnadmin
recover (as the other programs/commands) waits forever doing (aprently)
nothing.

> If that doesn't work, please give the full error message of that
command...

There are no error messages... Here's the output:
<5 minutes later>
Wow! I don't understand... Now it works!
I've been plaing a litle to see why now it works and found that when
apache2 access to the repository it looks like it doesn't release the
lock or something... When apache is running (and accessed at least one
time to the repository) I get this:
# svnadmin recover lugfi
Acquiring exclusive lock on repository db, and running recovery procedures.
Please stand by...

And waits forever... (I thought it was making the recovery, not waiting
for exclusive lock).
If I stop apache2 the recovery is well done!

Now, I change the question... Why my repository could be dammaged?

> (I have a perhaps similar problem at the moment; can't access my
repository,
> cannot recover it (yet) either...)

Try to stop apache2 if you didn't tried.

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