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Re: unable to create fsfs repository correctly

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-26 04:39:46 CET

On Jan 25, 2005, at 9:16 PM, Kevin Michael Woley wrote:

> It appears that I am unable to create a repository correctly.
> Following the quick start guide to creating a repository I'm issuing
> the
> following commands:
> $ svnadmin create /path/dir/svnroot -fs-type=fsfs
> $ svn import /home/tmpDir file:///path/dir/svnroot/
> svn: Couldn't open a repository.
> svn: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
> svn: Unable to open repository 'file:///path/dir/svnroot'
> svn: Unsupported repository version
> svn: Expected version '2' of repository; found version '3'
> The system these commands are being issued on has recently been
> upgraded
> from subversion 1.0 to 1.1.3, built using "./configure
> --prefix=/usr/local/encap/subversion-1.1.3 --disable-mod-activation
> --without-apache -without-apxs" prior to the build.
> Are there any suggestions that anyone can make as to where to start
> looking
> for my problem?

Your installation is messed up somehow. The fact that 'svnadmin
create' accepted an fsfs argument proves that your svnadmin is linked
1.1 libraries. But if your 'svn' binary is expecting version 2 of the
repository schema... that means it's linking against *pre-alpha* svn
libraries... something earlier than svn 0.34, over two years old! I
suspect you have really old libraries lying around your system
somewhere. 'ldd svn' may point them out.

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Received on Wed Jan 26 04:42:04 2005

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