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Debian woody issues with latest source

From: maru <maru_at_mobile.rogers.com>
Date: 2003-04-18 18:14:00 CEST


I'm a subversion newbie trying to install subversion on debian woody. I'm using db 4.0.14, neon 0.23.9, httpd 2.0.45 compiled from source. I built a client from the 0.20.1 source tarball, checked out the latest source, and successfully compiled a server. However, 'make check' hangs forever on run-fs-tests.py. Does anyone have any pointers on how I diagnose what is causing the hang?

I see this behaviour on on a compaq dl380 box, smp 2.4.20, and while the svn client works fine, svnadmin hangs when I try to create a repository. I also have an old P233 server also with woody but with a uniprocessor 2.2.19 kernel. I followed the same procedure to compile on both boxes. On the P233 the fs test still fails in 'make check', but svnadmin create works just fine.

I know that there are .deb packages for unstable, but like many users I like having servers as stable and secure as possible. However, I do worry that smp issues in stable packages or the 2.4.20 kernel may be causing my problem. I'm hoping that someone has an idea of how to determine whether this is the case.


Maru Newby

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Received on Fri Apr 18 18:14:20 2003

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