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svn: Berkeley DB error while opening 'changes' table ...

From: Laszlo 'GCS' Boszormenyi <gcs_at_lsc.hu>
Date: 2004-07-27 23:07:35 CEST


 I get this error while trying to 'svn up/co' from a repository served
over Apache. Both server and client is 1.0.5 on Debian. Tried 'svnadmin
verify repo' on the server, but also got (db4.2 is 4.2.52-14):
svn: Berkeley DB error while opening 'changes' table for filesystem repo/db:
Cannot allocate memory

I am trying 'svnadmin recover repo', but it is running over a hour now
on a 43 Mb repository, and I think it is doing nothing; at least a hour
is way too much IMHO, and it does not use CPU cycles as I see -- ok, the
box is a bit loaded (SMP, load between 3.00 and 5.50).
How can I check if it is doing anything? Is it safe to shut recovery
down? I can't let it run days...

Thanks in advance,

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Received on Tue Jul 27 23:09:00 2004

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