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Invalid Argument

From: Jason Lee <jason_at_theleehouse.net>
Date: 2004-07-07 21:04:48 CEST

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I'm having an odd problem with my repo. Just this morning, I was able
to view the repo through my web browser, and I was able to check out
code via http. I was about to import some more code, so I thought I'd
dump the repo just in case I need to rollback the import. When I ran
the dump command, though, this is what happened:

[ss@mythtv ss]$ svnadmin dump ~/svn > ~/svn.dump
svn: Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem
Invalid argument

I then tried recover:

[ss@mythtv ss]$ svnadmin recover /home/ss/svn
Please wait; recovering the repository may take some time...
svn: Invalid argument

That command fails as root as well. I have verified that the ss user
has rw privs on all files (and x on all dirs), but that has not made any

I have not made any software changes since creating this repo
(yesterday). Obviously, something happened, but I don't know what, and
that's what scares me.

Anybody have any ideas? Thanks!

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jason lee
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