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Re: Corrupted repository report

From: Scott Lawrence <slawrence_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2004-06-18 15:02:37 CEST

> On Thu, 17 Jun 2004, Joe Orton wrote:

> > Using David's RPMs for systems based on DB 4.1.25, you end up with both
> > DB 4.1.25 and 4.2.52 linked into httpd processes, both using the same
> > symbols. It is totally unsurprising that this combination ends up with
> > random database corruption.

On Thu, 2004-06-17 at 23:55, David Summers wrote:

> I agree with this assesment if you are not using my HTTPD RPMs. If you
> ARE using my HTTPD RPMs then I think something else is wrong. I've been
> using my HTTPD RPMs for a long time and have never run into any corruption
> problems (of course this doesn't PROVE anything, just a data point).

Well, I am using the httpd from Davids set of rpms (anything that your
svn rpm wanted, I got by installing from your rpms), so that it somewhat

I also used ldd to check out both the apache executable and all modules
in its modules directory; everything that referenced db4 was using the
4.2 .so (except libphp, which we don't use, but I've removed that
library just to be paranoid). The svn executables and all language
binding libraries on the system are also (according to ldd) using 4.2,
so I am inclined to believe that a mixed db library was not the problem.

  Scott Lawrence
  SIPfoundry server tools maintainer
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