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Newbie Using Subversion and WebSVN - Frequent DB corruption

From: Roy Feldman <roy_at_truehorizon.com>
Date: 2004-05-17 13:03:33 CEST

I have testing out subversion 1.0.2 on a Fedora Red Hat distribution.
I am the only user of the subversion repository and my usage is
definitely light.

Nevertheless, I am getting frequent DB corruption, approximately once a
day for the last week. Sometimes it happens when I try to commit,
sometimes it happens when I invoke WebSVN and it invokes a svnlook

The ominous error message is always the same:

svn: Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem
DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery

I would like to use subversion for an upcoming project, but if I keep
getting these errors I will have to fall back on CVS.

Here are the packages I have installed and their versions
- subversion 1.0.2
- subversion-devel
- subversion-python
- subversion-tools
- db42 4.2.52
- db42-devel
- db42-utils
- apr 0.9.5
- apr-util
- apr-devel
- apr-util-devel

Any help would be appreciated.



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