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Re: FSFS and multi-threading on Unix broken?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-06 19:20:30 CEST

"Peter N. Lundblad" <peter@famlundblad.se> wrote on 04/05/2005 05:18:44
PM:

> > Do we have a way of calling svn_fs_initialize from mod_dav_svn? We
> > don't seem to call svn_utf_initialize there.
> >
> Someone who knows about apache could probably say something here. Not
sure
> if dav_svn_init qualifies. "Called once in a single threaded
environment."

I seem to recall a similar discussion took place around BDB a few months
back when improvements were being discussed. I thought the conclusion was
that this would be impossible to do from DAV and that was one of the
reasons it got pushed into BDB. The issues could be different though.

> A problem with this fix is that it won't be trivial. So it might be
risky
> for 1.2. OTOH, as yoiu point out, we want it in 1.2 also.

While this may be a bit premature until the proper fix is discovered,
given that we are talking about dataloss, I would hope that a backport to
1.1.x would also be considered.

Mark

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