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Re: stress.pl error with ra_dav+fsfs

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2005-07-03 01:49:05 CEST

Jani Averbach <jaa@jaa.iki.fi> writes:

> ==> stress.9.log <==
> Sending wcstress.9334/trunk/bar2/foo2
> Sending wcstress.9334/trunk/foo2
> Transmitting file data ....
> Committed revision 41.
> Updating:
> At revision 41.
> Committing:
> unexpected commit fail: exit status: 256
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: The specified activity does not exist.
> httpd::error_log
> [Sat Jul 02 15:04:34 2005] [error] [client] (2)No such file or directory: The specified activity does not exist. [409, #190002]

That's an error with mod_dav_svn's activity DB, i.e. it's specific to
ra_dav. The activity DB uses apr-util's dbm interface, so which
backend is being used?

Which MPM is Apache using?

If you pass -d when you invoke stress.pl it will eliminate the client
status calls. That probably won't make a difference, but if the error
does go away then it indicates that the bug is likely to be in the
status specific code.

> And the Hardware/OS Specs are:
> I have repeated this three times in a row, and if I restart testing over
> ra_svn it just keeps going and going. So it doesn't look like that my
> system has just gone nuts.
> So, could someone try to reproduce this please? I will attach the script what
> I used for testing.
> I used following components for building svn:
> apr-0.9.6
> apr-util-0.9.6
> httpd-2.0.54
> neon-0.24.7
> And the Hardware/OS Specs are:
> CPU: SMP amd64 (2x)
> OS: Linux 2.6
> Filesystem: ext3

I don't have 1.2 at the moment, but I just tried trunk and didn't see
the problem. I'm using an old dual Pentium3 running Linux 2.4 with
apr-util/BDB-4.3 and a prefork MPM.

Philip Martin
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Received on Sun Jul 3 01:50:37 2005

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