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Re: Berkeley db corruptions when running svnserve and viewcvs (?)

From: Nathan P Sharp <nsharp_at_phoenix-int.com>
Date: 2004-04-08 13:17:14 CEST

Most likely this, have your read it yet?


Stefan Urbat wrote:

>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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 Nathan P Sharp
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