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BES + Apache + SVN

From: McKenna, Simon (RGH) <Simon.McKenna_at_rgh.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2003-11-14 03:24:47 CET


Has anyone had success running Subversion on Apache / Borland Enterprise

Getting an error:

"Cannot load C:/BES/lib/apache2/mod_dav_svn.so into server: The specified
procedure could not be found."

Which after searching the mailing list archives leads me to believe it's
because Apache can't find the libdb40.dll, libeay32, ssleay32.dll files.
Tried putting them in every plausible location with no success.

Using Apache 2.0.43 (BES on Port 88) with Subversion 0.32.1 on W2K (latest
patches) shared with IIS (Port 80).

Any help appreciated...also, the reason for our efforts is that we currently
have ~24 repositories sitting on a (M$) network drive, and I've read that
it's not advisable to use BDB over a network drive (hence the move to
Apache)...but are we risking any possible repository corruption until we can
get Apache working?

I work in a hospital and all our application source code now lives in
Subversion, hence the paranoia :)

Simon McKenna

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