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daily "Cannot allocate memory"-problem

From: Thomas -lists <thomas-lists_at_mysnip.de>
Date: 2005-03-20 14:51:56 CET

Hey there,

I searched the list archives but couldn't find this problem described
so please point me to posts if that was done somewhere already.

For now I already had to "svnadmin recover" my repository for 3 times
(each day).

It had stopped working with this error:
"Berkeley DB error while opening 'nodes' table for filesystem
Cannot allocate memory"

Its always the same "table" and error-message.
After running svnadmin recover it worked fine again.

I have only imported one project with around 350 files and one branch
with the same number of

Does that message mean that the table has crashed? How could I avoid that?

That is running on gentoo-linux with these software-versions:

I would really appreciate any pointers what to look for and where.
(oh, I'm using TRAC on the repository and just read a message that I
should use the fsfs-type then for the repos, is that right?)

Thanks in advance,


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