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Re: Repository destoryed at random on OS X using new DB, etc.

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-30 17:33:05 CEST

On Wed, 2004-07-28 at 06:48, Ian Davis wrote:
> Hi Max, thanks for all the help and advice. I'll be suitably careful
> in following it. However, my repository has died in this way twice
> now, and neither time was there anything odd about the check-in
> attempt except that it failed. No power failures, hung processes, file
> system defects, nada. Now it's true that my Powerbook does hang
> sometimes when it goes to sleep and I have to remove the battery (!)
> to convince it to shut off and reboot, and these episodes have
> happened in the time since my last check-in to this repository.
> However, the repository wasn't being accessed anytime around the
> failure, and there hasn't been any damage to other parts of the
> system, so that seems unlikely to me.
> Good luck!
> Ian

Ian: did you upgrade your svn or BDB at any point since you started
using this repository? Or has all the software remained constant from
the very beginning?

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