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Re: svnadmin create and load (and error).

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-05 18:25:51 CEST

Robert <robertLinux@gmx.de> writes:

> Firing up Safai again I got this error:
> Berkeley DB error while opening `nodes' table for filesystem
> /Volumes/Datenquelle/subversion_cvs_repository/db: DB_RUNRECOVERY:
> Fatal error, run database recovery

Probably permissions problems again. If you ran the 'svnadmin load'
as some strange user with a strange umask, you probably (some) left the
berkeleydb files in an unopenable/unwritable state.

So, run 'svnadmin recover' as a user that has full r/w access (like
maybe root, or 'nobody') to the db files, then *very carefully* make
sure that the ownership and permissions on *everything* in the db/
folder is +rw by 'nobody'.

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Received on Fri Sep 5 18:26:26 2003

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