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Re: Unknown FS type 'bdb'

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-02-12 21:05:37 CET

Dominik Roblek wrote:
>> Dominik Roblek wrote:
>>> I have a Subversion 1.1.3 running on Solaris with
>> BDB
>>> repository.
>>> When I execute the command "svnadmin
>>> list-unused-dblogs REPOS_PATH" I get the following
>>> error: "svn: Unknown FS type 'bdb'". The same
>> error
>>> appears when command "list-dblogs" is executed.
>>> What is wrong? Thanks in advance!
>> You've managed to compile/install a version of
>> Subversion built without BDB
>> support.
>> Max.
> You are right. I've build Subversion on Solaris from
> pkgsrc on
> http://cvsweb.netbsd.org/bsdweb.cgi/pkgsrc/devel/subversion/
> using command 'make install clean'. I'm wondering why
> this build didn't include support for BDB by default
> and how would be possible to turn it on. Does anybody
> know?

Subversion will build with BDB if:

EITHER: The apr-util you are linking to knows about a copy of BDB.
OR: You explicitly tell subversion about a BDB installation,
using --with-berkely-db=...

Watch the output of ./configure carefully, to see what is going on.


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Received on Sat Feb 12 21:08:20 2005

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