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Re: DB_RUNRECOVERY but recovery attempts do not work

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2004-09-26 15:28:46 CEST

Robert Feldt wrote:

>> You're running the wrong version of db_recover. It's from version
>> 3.2.9 of Berkeley DB, you want the one from whatever version
>> Subversion is linked with (4.x).
> Thanks for your answer; that sounds reasonable. Is there some way to
> find out which version that is or should any 4.x version work?

Please keep questions CCing the list, so others can learn from the

The answer to your question depends on your operating system. On most
unix systems you can run 'ldd /path/to/svnadmin' to see what libraries
it's linked against. Then you need to find the version of db_recover
that came with that version of berkeley db (it'll probably be something
like db4_recover or db42_recover). On Mac OS X you'd do 'otool -L
/path/to/svnadmin', which should show you the same information.


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