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Upgrade woes

From: Sander Stoks <sander_at_stoks.nl>
Date: 2003-09-14 19:47:31 CEST

Hello all,

I upgraded my subversion repository from 0.15.0 to 0.29.0 because I
wanted to start using Web::svn.
Grabbed the tar.gz and got a compile error in that an Apache header
file couldn't be found. I was using 2.0.43 so I upgraded to 2.0.47. I
verified that I could still view the repository with my browser, and
continued upgrading subversion.

I did a dump-and-load cycle as per the FAQ instructions, restarted
apache, but now I can't talk to the repository anymore.

If I try, I get an error such as

~/my/local/dir$ svn log
sanders's password:

subversion/libsvn_ra_dav/util.c:81: (apr_err=175002, src_err=0)
svn: RA layer request failed
svn: PROPFIND of /: 405 Method Not Allowed is my Linux server. I'm doing my work on a BeOS machine which
still has the svn 0.15 tools on it - can it be that it's a version
mismatch? I'm wary to upgrade on the BeOS side too because I can also
no longer see the repository by surfing to,
like I used to.

Any ideas as to what's wrong here?

Thanks in advance,
Sander Stoks

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