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Berkeley db corruptions when running svnserve and viewcvs (?)

From: Stefan Urbat <stefan.urbat_at_apastron.lb.shuttle.de>
Date: 2004-04-08 10:29:21 CEST

Yesterday I managed to make viewCVS run together with subversion. We use
svnserve as standonly server on the same machine, to handle checkout and
commit requests and the like solely, but yesterdays data corruptions make
me wonder, if it can be dangerous to run the view-only Apache/viewCVS (on
Apache 1.3) together with svnserve for the described environmen?

Details: Debian Woody GNU/Linux server, running repositories on xfs with
recent 2.4 Kernel, some clients don't work with http/webdav (while working
fine with svnserve), namely Solaris 9 and AIX 4.3.3, therefore we can't
use the more flexible http generally for checkout and so on too (yet).

Any hint/opinion is highly appreciated, we work since Monday with a dozen
or so developers on subversion instead of cvs after successful migration;
the performance issue with checkout and update seems to me more in the
dated server hardware...

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