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mod_dav_svn bug?

From: John Demme <demme_at_tightlinestudios.com>
Date: 2003-05-02 07:55:37 CEST

[Fri May 02 00:43:20 2003] [error] [client] Could not fetch
resource information. [500, #0]
[Fri May 02 00:43:20 2003] [error] [client] Could not open the
SVN filesystem at /home/repository [500, #160000]
[Fri May 02 00:43:20 2003] [error] [client] (84)Invalid or
incomplete multibyte or wide character: bad database version: got 3.3.11,
should be at least 4.0.14 [500, #160000]

That's a clip from my httpd error_log. I AM, however, using the 4.0.14
BDB. Everything else appears to work fine (I'm currently using svnserve
instead.) This error message is from the 0.21 version I'm using, but I got
an identical message with the current stuff in the repository. The first
time I configured and installed subversion, I didn't realize that I only
had BDB 3.11, so I uninstalled it and installed 4.1.25 after I got this
error message. Got the message again, and went to 4.0.14. Yes, I did re-
configure, make clean, make, and make install after each BDB change. Before
each install I did the folling rm's:
rm /usr/local/bin/n*
rm /usr/local/bin/s*
rm /usr/local/lib/libn*
rm /usr/local/lib/libs*
rm /usr/local/info/*
rm /usr/share/apache/modules/mod_dav_svn.so

Yeah, most of the rm's are a bit broad, but the only other thing there is
PHP. I"m also deleting the neon stuff, and letting make install reinstall
it, since I just put the neon source code in SVN's source code dir. It's
the only one I do like that.

Here's what I'm running:
Slackware 9.0
Apache 2.0.45 (Specify with-apxs=/usr/share/apache/bin/apxs)
BDB 4.0.14 (I specify /usr/local/BerkleyDB.4.0/bin for the configuration)

I'm thinking that there's some file somewhere I need to delete and do
another make install, but I have no idea what or where it is. I've also
started with clean sources a few times.

The only reason I'm using 0.21 instead of the newest stuff is that the new
stuff gives me an error on make install, but that's a seperate issue.


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