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RE: only svn and file works

From: Faine, Mark <Mark.R.Faine_at_msfc.nasa.gov>
Date: 2004-11-02 14:32:27 CET

On Mon, 2004-11-01 at 16:18, Faine, Mark wrote:
> file:// and svn:// works fine, only http/https do not work. Svn+ssh
> only works from localhost, not through TortoiseSVN. I really do not
> care if svn or svn+ssh work either, I only really need http/https to
> work.

>Since http[s] is not working I would suspect Apache as being the problem.

>Are you using BDB or FSFS for storage? If you are using BDB what version
of it is Apache compiled against. It should be exactly the same as the one
compiled against subversion.

>Otherwise you'll get an error. See this URL.

>About half way down where the "Could not open the requested SVN filesystem"
error is given.

>`svnadmin create /path/to/repo` uses whatever BDB was linked against
subversion, if it is not the same as the one apache knows you get a fubar'd
file system that apache cannot read. If you are using FSFS I'm talking out
of my a$$.

Thanks for your suggestions. I am however using the same Berkeley DB
version. Still, just to be sure the last time I rebuilt the repository I
used fsfs just to take Berkeley out of the equation. Still I get the "Could
not open the requested SVN file system" error.


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