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Re: Repository died after a "successful" add and commit

From: Olivier Sannier <obones_at_free.fr>
Date: 2005-06-13 12:25:02 CEST

Nicolas Goutte wrote:

>On Friday 10 June 2005 23:35, Brian C. Van Essen wrote:
>>Hello, I was trying to get my advisor to use our subversion
>>repository today and during what seemed a normal sequence of
>>operations, the repository has corrupted itself and we are being
>>forced to pull a backup. I am trying to figure out what went wrong,
>>so here is the sequence of events.
>>Two of us use the repository mainly via ssh remote access, and have
>>had no problems.
>>Today's sequence of events:
>>Today, I had our advisor checkout the repository via a "file://" URL
>>from a nfs mounted drive.
>Have you read the FAQ and the handbook? As far as I have understood, it is
>written there that you cannot use Berkeley DB on NFS, not even on a NFS
>system claiming to support Berkeley. (And from the logs below, you *are*
>using Berkeley, not FSFS!)
Well, you could, but you would have to NOT use the file:// URL, as this
is the source of the problem.


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