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[Berkeley DB] running two different db versions on the same system

From: Daniel S. Haischt <me_at_stefan.haischt.name>
Date: 2003-08-18 17:39:54 CEST

hello,

today i installed subversion-0.27. i deleted any
old svn shared libaries/headers and repositories.

after i installed sbversion i created a new repository
using svnadmin create [some repository].

right now i am getting the following error message if
i want to access the SVN repository through a browser
(the error message goes to apache's error log file).

  -> bad database version: compiled with 4.0.14,
  -> running against 4.1.25

this is my system configuration:

  -> FreeBSD 5.0
  -> Apache 2.0.47

  installed Berkeley DBs:

   -> db4-4.0.14_1
   -> db41-4.1.25_1

  version 4.1.25 is needed for OpenLDAP which is running
  at the same system, and subversion was compiled against
  version 4.0.14.

how is it possible to tell the SVN binaries that they
should use the Berkeley DB which were used during compile
time?

regards

daniel s. haischt

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