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Re: Berkeley DB Error while svnadmin load

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-06-06 11:26:14 CEST

On 06.06.2005, at 08:50, Denis Cornehl wrote:

> I simply want to load a 4GB dumpfile into a new BDB repository. Then,
> always at the same revision, svnadmin crashes an I get this error:
> svnadmin: Berkeley DB error for filesystem rep/db while deleting
> string:
> Input/output error
> svnadmin: bdb: seek: 2153013248 0 2: Input/output error
> svnadmin: bdb: ftruncate: 2153013248: Input/output error
> I work with svn 1.2.0 (r14790).

2153013248 bytes is just over 2GB. Some operating systems, file systems
and libraries have problems working with files bigger than that, and it
looks like something in your system is affected by this. Unfortunately
I don't have any good advice to help you figure out what, or how to fix

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