I don't think that's an Apache error, I think that's Subversion
complaining that it was compiled for DB 4.1.25, and is being told to
open a repository generated with DB version 4.0.14. Apache shouldn't
need to access the database directly, so I don't think its DB version
matters. You might try the 1.10 version of Subversion with the "svnadmin
create --fs-type fsfs repository" option, which bypasses the Berkeley
DB. Did you have an old repository, or was it one you just created after
installing Subversion? If it's the latter, I can't imagine why it would
get inconsistent DB versions.
> Ok, I've managed to locate the root of my problems. From the Apache
> error log:
> [Wed Sep 08 16:14:55 2004] [error] [client 192.168.1.230] (20014)Error
> string not specified yet: Bad database version: compiled with 4.1.25,
> running against 4.0.14
> So it is a Berkeley DB problem. It seems that for some reason or the
> other, Apache is linked against the old version of db4. What exactly
> are my options here? I wouldn't want to recompile Apache (and by
> looking at Apache spec-file and ./configure, I doubt that it would
> even help, they don't provide a way to change the db4 version to link
> against) and there isn't a db-compat-devel -package available anywhere.
> If anyone has any idea a) why Apache is linked againt db4.0 and b) how
> to fix this mess while trying to keep everything under the control of
> RPM, I'd appreciate it.
> Has anyone had any luck with the RPM's provided @
> http://people.redhat.com/jorton/Taroon-svn/? I'd imagine that there is
> simply no way to get them working with Apache without (somehow, not
> sure how) recompiling Apache with db-4.1.
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