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Re: segfault on recover AND dump. is my repository doomed?

From: Seth Delackner <seth_at_jtan.com>
Date: 2003-04-17 08:30:25 CEST

I don't have the machine in front of me, but I gave up on the Mac
partly because
a) svnadmin dump on OS X with DB 4.0.14 and svn 0.18.1 failed,
complaining about a file having a bad checksum.
b) I still get the samme problems after rebuilding on OS X with DB 4.1
and svn 0.20.yesterday's cvs.

So how am I supposed to dump on os x?

On Wednesday, April 16, 2003, at 06:52 PM, cmpilato@collab.net wrote:

> Seth Delackner <seth@jtan.com> writes:
>> After fighting the OS X version for days, I gave up and copied my
>> repository to a redhat 7.3 box, installed all the RPMs from
>> summersoft.fay.ar.us at:
>> http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/linux/redhat/RPMS/i386/subversion-
>> latest/redhat-7.x/
> Do you literally mean "copied"? As in, you took a database format
> from an architecture that has one endian-ness, and moved it to
> another?
> If so, might I strongly suggest that your dump and load happen on
> either side of that move?
> Either:
> osx$ svnadmin dump > dumpfile
> osx$ copy dumpfile [to rh7 box]
> rh7$ svnadmin load < dumpfile
> or use Berkeley's own db_dump and db_load utilities.

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