I would suspect a difference in the compile options for subversion vs apache.
Especially in the APR side of things. At least I experienced a very similar
problem when I used a prebuilt apache. I found that compiling both bits on my
box solved that problem. Obviously on the windows side it will be a bit tricky
to resolve. :(
Does anyone know if there a windows equivalent to ldd?
It is whispered that Danny Shevitz was heard, on or about 09/16/04 13:11 to say:
> OK, so I tried it again using your suggestions and I have diagnosed the
> problem, but I still don't know what's happening.
> I went back to a pristine httpd.conf file and it started fine. I then
> started manually applying the diffs until it broke. Unfortunately
> the problem is with:
> LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so
> The error I get is "The requested operation failed!". I copied the
> LoadModule line text directly out of the help documentation so I'm pretty
> sure the spelling is correct. In addition I checked the Apache2/modules
> directory and mod_dav_svn is there. The mod_dav_svn.so file
> is version
> 22.214.171.12469 dated 9/14/2004 10:PM
> Now I'm really lost.
> At 07:22 PM 9/15/2004 -0400, you wrote:
> >Try comparing the httpd.conf file before and after installing
> >Subversion. It's likely that you will just need to replace that file to
> >rescue Apache, and closer inspection of the changes may show you what
> >module is causing problems.
> >Jostein wrote earlier:
> >> * Installing Berkeley DLL and the Apache modules in Apache's
> >> module folder if Apache is found during the installation.
> >> * In addition this is done with httpd.conf if needed:
> >> -mod_dav is activated
> >> -mod_dav_svn.so and mod_authz_svn.so are activated
> >>Please test it.
> >So I guess you tested it :)
> >On Sep 15, 2004, at 6:56 PM, Danny Shevitz wrote:
> >>Howdy, I'm a new user and think SVN is great!
> >>For no good reason, I upgraded to SVN 1.1.0rc3. I am running Apache
> >>2.0.50 and Win2K sp4.
> >>When I install SVN, if I leave the third option about installing and
> >>configuring the apache modules checked, then the apache service stops
> >>does not restart. What's worse, is that I am unable to restart it
> >>manually. I don't know what's going on, but I have to reinstall the
> >>apache server.
> >>Anyone know what I am doing wrong?
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