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svn: Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem svn/db: Invalid argument

From: Wang Li <charles_at_linux.net.cn>
Date: 2004-03-22 10:41:41 CET

Hi, Dear Everyone:

I'm a fedora core 1 user who interest the subversion greatly. After download
the binary rpm provided rpm from the office download site, I issue the
following commands:

To install them (subversion-1.0.1, apr-0.9.5-0.3, apr-0.9.5-0.4,
db42-4.2.52-0.1,):

rpm -ivh --force db42-*
rpm -Uvh apr-*
rpm -ivh subversion-*

Because db4-4.1.25 is required by many other rpms provided by fedora and I
won't to recompile all of these packages to upgrade to db42, so I keep
db4-4.1.25....

After that:

mkdir svn
svnadmin create svn
The following error is encountered:

svn: Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem svn/db:
Invalid argument.

I have try subversion-0.36.0, these commands is worked. What's wrong?

And I have a suggestion that db42 can be provided by another rpm package
name so it will not conflict with the original db4-4.1.25, and they can be
exists in the same system, this will give the great convient to the user.

Thank you very much.

Charles March 22th.

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