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RE: Berkeley DB error while opening `copies' table for filesystem

From: Arild Fines <arild.fines_at_broadpark.no>
Date: 2003-05-07 00:22:55 CEST

Blair Zajac wrote:
> Arild Fines wrote:
>> Any ideas on how to recover from this? I saw the thread from a
>> couple of weeks about reporting a similar error, but it seemed to
>> fizzle out without a resolution. I have a recent backup, and a batch
>> of commit mails, so I can fix it. But I'd rather not have to.
> The only solution I found was to restore from a backup.
> Can you describe the OS you're running, which version of SVN, apr,
> BDB, how many revs in the repository, etc.

Win2K3 Beta
svn.exe and svnadmin.exe 0.18
mod_dav_svn is 0.18(this is an informed guess - I usually update the toolset
on the server at the same time as mod_dav_svn - any better way of getting
the version?)
BDB 4.1.25
APR - not really sure how to track down the version. It was HEAD from the
Apache CVS repos at the time mod_dav_svn was built.
The repos has 501 revisions(actually, the problem seems to have occurred
exactly at the same time 501 was committed).

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