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Re: Help Upgrading DB

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-03-12 18:56:45 CET

Leslie Harlley Watter wrote:
> Thanks Ben,
>
> Unfortunately, even with a svnadmin-0.31 or svnadmin-0.32 I cannot dump
> the database :((
>
> the output of a svnadmin-0.31:
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
> 02:15 leslie@Cronos leslie> ./svnadmin-0.31 dump tmp/ufpr/lava/ >
lava_dump
> svn: Berkeley DB error
> svn: Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem
> tmp/ufpr/lava/db:
> DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> attached is the output of 1m of an:
> strace ./svnadmin-0.31 recover tmp/ufpr/lava/ . 1> strace_log 2>&1

Your attachement got lost somewhere.

> What more can I do ?
>
> Is there any way to recover this database?

I actually downloaded lava_svn.tgz when you posted your original email. I
dumped it with svnadmin-0.33.1, but then I saw Ben's reply, and figured
you'd have solved the problem already.

So, you can download http://centaur.robinson.cam.ac.uk/~mob22/lavadump.bz2

Or, you could try unpacking your own lava_svn.tgz, and trying to dump that,
as it seems that something has happened to your database since you tarred it
up and put in on your webserver.

Max.

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