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Re: [TSVN] Re: Not enough space Error when updating or committing

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-26 11:10:47 CEST

Peter Mounce wrote:
>>> James Kimmel wrote:
>>>> Not enough space
>>> Sounds like the disk on the server is full or the quota fully used?
>>> Rainer
>> Sorry that is too easy of a solution. The server has 95 GB
>> of room free.
>> There is no security on the files either I can access and
>> change them.
>> Hopefully you have another suggestion.
> But did you check out whether your account has a quota on it?
> Can you give us a clue about the configuration you're running?
> TSVN/SVN versions, etc.

I am pasting in the original message, copied from haxx, as I didn't
receive it from the list for some reason.


Whenever I try to update or commit I get the following:

Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
Unable to open repository 'file:////green01/celdevel/GUard Xpress'
Berkeley DB error while opening 'nodes' table for filesystem
//green01/celdevel/Guard Xpress/db:
Not enough space

Unfortunately I did not setup Tortoise and am not sure what caused this
so if anyone can help me resolve this or can explain this error better
since I cannot find anything anywhere on the error it would be much


First off, as someone else has said, you should _never_ use a BDB
repository over a network share. The locking simply doesn't work and at
some stage you will get repository corruption. Our docs tell you this. I
realise it may not have been you setting it up, but you should flag this
as problem ASAP. The solution is either to use a server (svnserve or
apache) or convert the repository to FSFS format. That involves using
the command line svnadmin to perform a dump/load cycle. Check the
Subversion book for instructions on how to do that.

Second, that error message comes from Subversion, not TSVN. We use
standard subversion library code to access the repository, so if there
is a problem at that level, you need to address your question to the SVN
user list users@subversion.tigris.org


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