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Re: Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem

From: Joel Shellman <joel_at_ikestrel.com>
Date: 2004-07-23 17:20:14 CEST

I got that same error on Fedora core 1--I tried lots of things, I
finally gave up and just got the 1.1 version and used the file system
backend instead of berkeley db. Since you're already using 1.1 anyway,
why not use the filesystem instead?

do:

svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs repo

-joel shellman

Wilfred Nilsen wrote:
> I compiled subversion-1.1.0-rc1.tar on my Fedora 2 linux machine. I run
> configure with no special flags. The produced executables, which is
> using shared libraries worked fine.
>
> I have a different Linux box where I want to run the subversion server
> and this machine does not have the same version of shared libraries etc
> so I run configure again with the "all static" flag to produce
> subversion executables with statically linked libraries.
>
> The statically linked subversion executables seem to fail in Berkeley DB.
> This is what I get when I try to create a repository.
>
> $ bin/svnadmin create repo
> svn: Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem repo/db:
> Invalid argument
>
> Thanks,
> Wilfred
>
>
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