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Re: Are there many Windows 2003, FSFS, Apache SVN servers?

From: Matheus Leite <matheusleite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-13 07:09:52 CEST

I have been running SVN under Apache 2, Windows 2003 and Berkeley DB
for 1 year now, and never had any problems.


2005/6/10, Jackie Smith Cashion <jackie@arxceo.com>:
> I've been running a subversion server (FSFS, Apache) on a Windows 2003
> server. (Certainly, Windows 2003 is not my first choice, but it's the only
> available server.) I recently noticed that one of the directories in my
> repository has become "hosed". (I won't use the word "wedged". That seems to
> be reserved for bdb repositories.) Fortunately it's an empty branches
> directory (file:///svn/repos/branches).
> Perhaps I'll start another thread next week detailing the error messages I
> receive when trying to access this directory. In the end the question will
> be whether the subversion database is "hosed" or the native Windows file
> system has become corrupt.
> But I would like to start with a simpler discussion. Are other facilities
> successfully running svn under Windows 2003? Are you using FSFS? Are you
> using Apache? I would prefer to stay with my current server for cost
> reasons. However, if this is a rare configuration, it may justify the
> expense of a new server running a more popular configuration.
> I know I'll hear comments about linux vs. Windows. But I'd also like to hear
> comments about svnserver vs. Apache and bdb vs. fsfs under Windows.
> Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.
> Jackie Smith Cashion
> Arxceo Corporation
> jackie@arxceo.com

Matheus Costa Leite
Minds at Work
Tecnologia da Informação
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