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Re: Problems with svn 0.35.1 and Linux kernel 2.6.1

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-01-15 17:07:49 CET

Stuart Robertson wrote:

>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..."

There are some issues surrounding (I think) NPTL threading and RedHat
kernels. RedHat apply some patches to their kernel, which your
recompiled version may not have (or vice versa). One solution is to
recompile Subversion now that you have your new kernel, and kernel
header files, installed.

See http://subversion.tigris.org/project_faq.html#redhat-db


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