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Re: subversion-0.29.0-6982 vs apache2-2.0.47-5mdk

From: landon clark <landon_at_sawyermedia.com>
Date: 2003-09-16 19:02:59 CEST

I think you would be FAR better off trying to resolve your
Python-related compilation issues than trying to use differing versions
of DB libraries. You are asking for trouble if you do this. I remember
seeing at least one post on the dev list a few months ago related to
repository corruption in this situation. Remember libdb4 is THE data
manager for your files. Do you really want to risk your data?

Files wrote:
> I suspect I would be able to access the repositories from db4.1.
> The problem is that mod_dav_svn is compiled against libdb4.0. Apache is compiled
> against libdb4.0. So since, apache loads mod_dav_svn, and since libdb4.1 is already
> loaded, libdb4.0 can't be loaded.
> The error I am getting is from subversion that complains that it is expecting db4.0.
> 14.
> Would thing work ok, if the warning was turned off???
> I mean, to rephrase the question below, doesn't lidb4.1 do everything lidb4.0 does?
> Why *shouldn't* subversion's mod_dav_svn work under libdb4.1 even if it was compiled
> against libdb4.0.
> Is the error I am getting, simply a version check error?
> Can someone shed some light on this?
> As for recompiling - easier said than done. I have not been able to get a clean
> compile of subversion since I downloaded the 0.29 version.
> It complains about my python installation - even though it's complete. I can be more
> specific later.
> Any further insight would be appreciated.
> Shamim Islam

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Received on Tue Sep 16 19:11:24 2003

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