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Subversion 1.0.2, SuSE 9.0 => Core dump

From: Christian Sell <christian.sell_at_netcologne.de>
Date: 2004-05-10 13:25:15 CEST


I recently tried to build version 1.0.2 on my SuSE 9.0 box, with apache 2.0.49
installed from the latest RPMs.
The configure and build went through well, but afterwards the mod_dav_svn module
would always core dump (the client was usable however).
I later found that the client had built and installed a custom libapr0 (in
/usr/local/apr). After removing that and pointing the configure script to the
libapr that came with my apache RPMs, using the --with-ap* switches, the client
would now also core dump on every checkout operation (irrespective of the
location of the repo).

There seems to be something fundamentally wrong with the libapr that comes with
SuSE. I assume mod_dav_svn had been using that even in the first case, and the
client would start core dumping when forced to use it. Can anybody provide a
hint how to remedy this situation? I dont want to remove the apache install
(and replace it with a source build) before I know what actually went wrong..

Christian Sell

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