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Re: Segmentation fault on checkout, import and cleanup

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2004-09-18 17:28:26 CEST

On Fri, 2004-09-17 at 06:35, Marcus Gustafsson wrote:
> I have recently been having some problems with svn which since a
> upgrade (from the Debian package of subversion around version 1.0.3-1
> (I'm not quite sure exactly which the previous version was, sorry) to
> 1.0.6-2) since when all checkout, import and cleanup actions in svn
> fail with a segmentation fault.

If you're using a vendor's binary packages and basic functionality is
not working for you, you're best off taking it up with the vendor (i.e.
Debian, after ensuring that your system is up to date), not with the
upstream provider. This is doubly true if you're using
Debian-unstable. It's simply beyond the realm of possibility that we
would distribute a release where checkout, import, and cleanup always
seg fault.

I happen to know that a few weeks ago, Debian introduced a
binary-incompatible change to libapr0 by rebuilding it with large-file
support, breaking Subversion unless users upgrade the subversion package
as well.

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Received on Sat Sep 18 17:28:49 2004

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