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svnadmin dump failure

From: Michael Armida <marmida_at_radarblue.com>
Date: 2004-03-06 06:48:20 CET

Hello All,

I made the mistake of not dumping out the contents of the repository
before upgrading; I've since built version 0.33.1 from the source
tarball and configured it explicitly against the 4.1.25 bdb
(--with-berkeley-db=/usr; verified the contents of /usr/include/db4.h
and /usr/include/db4/db4.h), however, I get this when I try to svnadmin

[root@yavin svnadmin]# ./svnadmin dump /usr/local/svn/geek/
svn: Berkeley DB error
svn: Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem
Invalid argument

I've tried chmod'ing the entire dir structure to 777. "geek" is a
repository under the main directory, "/usr/local/svn." To be sure,
things were being checked in and out fine, up until we mucked up the 1.0

Any ideas are greatly appreciated.

- Michael

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