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Mac OS X Server

From: Jim Whiteside <jim.whiteside_at_studiosoup.com>
Date: 2005-04-08 18:30:52 CEST

Is anyone successfully running subversion repositories on OS X Server (10.3.8) using Apahce2?

I've tried several different methods to install, current situation is that all is working fine, but svnadmin recover is reporting "Unknown FS type 'bdb'". This makes me very nervous about putting this into production.

I've previously had Subversion running successfully on RedHat machines, but this is a nice G5 XServe with RAID and tape backup etc.

Previously I've compiled from source, but haven't managed to get this to work on OSX.

Any advice gratefully received.

Jim Whiteside.

Soup Limited
St James' Mill

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