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Re: Berkeley DB error while opening 'strings' table for filesystem ... Not enough space

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-06-30 02:07:47 CEST

Garrick Olson wrote:
> -- Brice Dardel wrote in
> http://www.contactor.se/~dast/svnusers/archive-2004-05/1145.shtml
>> If other people start to report problems using svn on multiple cpus w2k
>> machines, then there is a pattern. Without that... hard to tell.
> I just received this error this morning, and it took my Subversion
> server
> out of commission. The server process continued to run, but could not
> service any clients. After killing the server process, I ran svnadmin
> recover, svnadmin verify, and brought it back up. Everything was happy
> after that.
> My environment is Subversion 1.0.2 running on Windows 2000 SP3 with dual
> hyperthreaded CPUs.
> I am fairly confident the problem was not client related, since the
> error
> was reproduced with clients on multiple machines, and even server side
> processes (svnadmin dump).
> The problem affected only a single repository, and the svnserve process
> continued to service other repositories.

IIRC, when BDB says "Not enough space", it can mean "Not enough locks".


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