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Repository corruption

From: Heiko Tappe <htappe_at_disy-net.de>
Date: 2005-02-22 20:13:05 CET

I am in the process of finding out how to switch to subversion as our
new versioning system.
We set up a linux box with apache and for example tried to find out
which way to go: svn or http.
(BTW, which way would you recommend? What are the pros and cons?)

But after having imported a source tree (at about 8000 files) without
any problems via svn, we regularly got a corrupted repository when I
tried to check in the changes of about 3500 files.

After several unsuccessful attempts to get the changed files into the
repository we deactivated webdav access to the repository and ...
then it worked!

So my question: is it not possible to have simultanuos access to the
same repository via svn and http? Or is this a BDB problem? What if we
use fsfs?


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