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Re: Expected version '3' of repository; found version '1'

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-01-20 05:06:12 CET

On Mon, 2004-01-19 at 22:35, Chris Curvey wrote:
> Sorry if this is a FAQ, I've been googling without any success.
> I'm trying to upgrade my svn repository from 0.24 (w/ apache 1.3) to
> 0.36 (w/ apache 2.0).
> I dumped my database with "svnadmin dump" under 0.24
> I built and installed apache 2
> I built and installed svn 0.36. (I think I only had BerkeleyDB 4.0
> installed when I built this, but configure did not complain).
> I created a new repository with 0.36
> I loaded my repository from the dumpfile (using svnadmin 0.36, AFAIK. I
> wish there was a way for svnadmin to give me it's version.)

So far so good, although it sounds like you created an "old" repository
with svnadmin 0.24. Just run 'svnadmin --version' to see what you have.

> I configured the new web server to point to the new repository
> But when I hit the repository with the browser, this appears in the
> apache error_log:
> [Mon Jan 19 23:23:44 2004] [error] [client] (20014)Error
> string not specified yet: Expected version '3' of repository; found
> version '1'

Yup, this pretty much shows you created a 0.24 repository, not a 0.36
one. Take a look at the 'format' file in the repository.

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