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Re: Berkeley DB problem: resource temporary unavailable

From: Andrew Thompson <subversionuser_at_aktzero.com>
Date: 2005-03-07 15:35:35 CET

Tobias Schaller wrote:
> Hi all,
> Problem solved: the repositories were copied onto an NFS filesystem. Now we
> are back on the old one and everything is working again.

If the admin really wants you off of the old partition, you could look
into the svnadmin dump/load commands. Create a new repository on the new
filesystem, specifying fsfs as the fs-type. dump the old repository to a
text file, then load it into the new one. Read the general caveats about
fsfs in the docs, but it would remove your dependancy on BDB and let
your repository live (happily?) on a NFS filesystem.

Andrew Thompson
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Received on Mon Mar 7 15:38:10 2005

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