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Re: daily "Cannot allocate memory"-problem

From: tekHedd <tekhedd_at_byteheaven.net>
Date: 2005-03-23 00:22:20 CET

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|>>>> I'm getting a bit annoyed that the automatic answer to every BDB
|>>>> problem is "switch to FSFS". :-)

I am just switching to svn for new projects, and it seems to be working
OK with BDB 4.1, but the projects are pretty small so far. I am feeling
too deal with getting the latest bdb and so on, especially since the
server is not my problem.

My question is: is there a good reason that I should _not_ use FSFS?

I will initially be using svn+ssh using a shared account and
certificates, but later plan to integrate more with apache...

Regards,
tomS
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