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DB Errors with Apache2 (not permissions?)

From: Russ W. Knize <rknize_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-11-17 21:41:37 CET

I have been using SVN for a short while now, but can't quite get Apache2
to play nice. It is a Debian system, with Apache running at www-data,
which is a member of the svn group. The Repos files and directories are
660 and all are in the svn group. Umask for users and for Apache are 002.
 Sticky group bit set in repos. I can chmod -R 666 * in the repository,
but it doesn't help at all. I can checkout via Apache, but I get this
with I try to commit:

svn: APR does not understand this error code
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
failed to open activity db; check repos perms.

The apache logs show:

[Mon Nov 17 14:31:18 2003] [error] [client] Could not create
activity /svn/web/!svn/act/ac60077b-57cc-0310-8ca0-e59cc387cfcb. [500,
[Mon Nov 17 14:31:18 2003] [error] [client] could not open
dbm files. [500, #120022]
[Mon Nov 17 14:31:18 2003] [error] [client] (17)File exists:
failed to open activity db; check repos perms. [500, #120022]

What's up with the "file exists" error?


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