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Problems with svn 0.35.1 and Linux kernel 2.6.1

From: Stuart Robertson <dogmatix_at_absolutesys.com>
Date: 2004-01-15 16:41:18 CET


I've just booted a 2.6.1 kernel on our test server (running Redhat 9 with
all the necessary device-fs updates, etc.). Most things work fine.

When trying to create a new repository with svnadmin, Subversion, complains
about "Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem..."

Using 'svnlook tree' to look at an existing repository shows the first 3
folders in the repository and then dies with "Berkeley DB error while
reading representation for filesystem /svnrepos/repositories/testRepos/db:
Function not implemented"

Anyone else tried SVN with Linux kernel 2.6?

Any ideas?


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Received on Thu Jan 15 16:42:11 2004

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