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Re: Problem committing new files through apache2 on OS X

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-13 15:25:07 CET

On Mar 13, 2005, at 2:58 AM, Aaron Hilton wrote:
> I looked at the source code, and found the BDB appears unsupported for
> the file:/// protocol. Is this correct, or is there something
> stranger happening?

Accessing file:/// urls causes the client to use libsvn_fs directly.
libsvn_fs has two potential back-ends: libsvn_fs_base (BDB) or
libsvn_fs_fs (FSFS). What's happening here is that you have an svn
client that was built without the BDB library. It has no
libsvn_fs_base, so it rightfully complains that it can't open a BDB

So: "don't do that". Get a client with complete libraries.

> Besides, isn't FSFS a better alternative for newer users of SVN?

It is? I've read no such announcement. :-)

> The timeout lines appear to be commented out by default. What's the
> neon built-in timeout default anyway?

The default timeout is 3600 seconds.

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