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Re: hot-backup.py failed: Can't copy '/var/local/repositories/X' to '/var/local/backups/Y': File too large

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-26 16:03:37 CEST

"Brian Fallik" <fallik@assurtech.com> writes:
> The comments provide more information, but I'm still unsure what the next
> steps are for us to restore our backup process. Do I follow Joe Orton's
> comment and assume it's fixed in the Linux build?
> Do I need to rebuild subversion from scratch with a new setting? Where do I
> change this setting? In which version of subversion is the >2Gb file limit
> fixed - only the APR branch? How can I be certain that branch is stable? I
> previously installed svn via rpms, so I'm slightly hesitent to start
> building a developer branch from scratch.

I think you're going to need to build from source to fix this. You
technically don't need the absolute latest Subversion to do it, but I
would recommend using head of Subversion trunk right now. I'm not
sure how far back before Subversion stops being able to take advantage
of the new APR functionality...

... which brings me to the important point, that what you really need
is probably a newer APR, I *think* maybe one of the 1.0.x candidates
(that's an APR version number, not a Subversion number). Visit
apr.apache.org and poke around.

Sorry you got bit by this one. In the future, as new versions of both
Subversion and APR become the norm, it won't be a problem, but right
now, it will involve a bit of inconvenience for you.

> Are there special build parameters/settings that are used to produce the RH9
> RPMs? Or is it all defaults?

I don't know.


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