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RE: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem

From: Steve <subversion_at_digitalnothing.com>
Date: 2004-07-21 21:32:05 CEST

> Well, I went through the steps, doing:
> 1. svnadmin dump repo1 > repo1.dump
> 2. cp -R repo1 repo1bak
> 3. svnadmin create repo1 (chown & chmod as usual)
> 4. svnadmin load -q repo1 < repo1.dump
> 5. Still getting the same error
> Did I do anything wrong in those steps. I'm at a complete loss as
> to what to
> do here. Should I try reverting to SVN 1.0.0? Is it possible to tell which
> version of BDB my repos were created with/work with?

For the heck of it I tried just creating a new repo and accessing it. It
worked fine, but as soon as I loaded in my dump file, I was no longer able
to access it, receiving the same error as previous.

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Received on Wed Jul 21 21:32:41 2004

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