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Re: redhat 9 berkley db errors

From: azl <azl_at_azlweb.com>
Date: 2003-05-09 00:40:00 CEST

I'm running a 2.4.20 kernel.org kernel with no patches.
Is there a specific place I need to get NPTL from, and/or a specific
version I need to have?

Also is this documented anywhere in the subversion docs that this is a
requirement for subversion on linux? If not should it be since this
isn't something that comes in the standard kernel.org kernel?


Ralph Loader wrote:

>What kernel are you running?
>I saw something similar due to running a kernel that doesn't have
>support for NPTL.
>On Fri, 2003-05-09 at 08:22, azl wrote:
>>When using the subversion RPM from red hat
>>(subversion_0.17.1-4503.0_i386.rpm) or latest the RPMs available on the
>>website (subversion-0.21.0-5641.i386.rpm). I get the following error
>>when trying to run "svnadmin create":
>>svnadmin create tester
>>svn: Berkeley DB error
>>svn: Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem tester/db:
>>Function not implemented
>>Is there something that I'm missing?

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Received on Fri May 9 00:37:45 2003

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