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Re: Problems with Subversion server install

From: Michael <mixtim_at_ispwest.com>
Date: 2003-02-21 16:40:52 CET

Robert Larsen writes:
> [robert_at_codemachine robert]$ svn mkdir http://localhost:5000/svn/test2dir
> svn: General filesystem error
> svn: OPTIONS request failed on /svn
> svn:
> bad database version: compiled with 4.1.25, running against 4.0.14
>
> svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
> svn: 'svn-commit.tmp'
>
> I use RedHat 8.0 which comes with DB 4.0.14 but I installed 4.1.25 from
> source some time ago. I have tried to remove the new installation and
> install 4.0.14 again but with the same result. (I reinstalled to a
> different directory, used 'find' to list the files and outputted to a
> file, changed their prefix to /usr and deleted them from the location
> specified by the file).

Looks like either your apache or your subversion compile found a db.h
header file with 4.1.25 in it and possibly linked with the corresponding
library but while running only finds 4.0.14 binaries.

You could always do a 'find / -name db.h -print' to round up all of the
rogue db header files, remove them (and the associated libraries), and
install the one version you want. Having multiple versions of the same
program in different system directories is almost always asking for
trouble.

Michael

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