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Berkley DB error while closing 'uuids'

From: Sven Schneider <sven.schneider_at_vol.at>
Date: 2005-03-03 15:04:41 CET


I've installed SubVersion and we're accessing it via Apache - this works
fine for only a few files but the module seems to crash when committing
lots of data. The error I get in the logs of apache is:

[Wed Mar 02 08:20:39 2005] [error] [client <ip-address>] (20014)Error
string not specified yet: Berkeley DB error while closing 'uuids' database
for file system /srv/svn/repos/<repository>/db:!No such file or directory

After the error occurred I have to stop Apache and run svnadmin recover.

The apache user has the permissions to read and write to the /db dir, the
logs are owned by the apache user and are read and writeable.

Additionally running svnadmin hotcopy tells me "Can't open file
<repos>/db/strings for reading". The file has become very large (approx.
3GB). Is it just the size and if yes - is there a workaround?


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