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Re: sqlite database errors through vm share

From: John Cowan <cowan_at_mercury.ccil.org>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2012 10:59:27 -0500

Michael D. Hoyle scripsit:

> I'm running an ubuntu vm on VMware player on a Windows 7 machine.
> I have to have my code available on Windows for debugging (Microsoft
> server stuff), but I prefer to code in linux. My solution so far has
> been the VM with a shared directory pointing at my svn repo on the
> windows hard drive.

The rules against putting a SQLite repo on a shared network drive apply
in this situation, only doubled and in spades. Run svnserve on one side
or the other (usually it's easiest to put it on the host rather than
the VM). If you absolutely can't or won't do that, at least switch to
FSFS, but you still take your chances of corruption if you ever do anything
even the least bit concurrently in the host and the VM.

But the next day there came no dawn,            John Cowan
and the Grey Company passed on into the         cowan_at_ccil.org
darkness of the Storm of Mordor and were        http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
lost to mortal sight; but the Dead
followed them.          --"The Passing of the Grey Company"
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