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Re: repository not responding to anything

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-06-24 22:39:22 CEST

On Fri, 2005-06-24 at 12:02 -0700, Aaron Steele wrote:
> there are no errors in the httpd error log, and the repository is
> inaccessible on the server itself (via svn and svnadmin).

No errors at all? Do the binaries exist? What is their timestamp,
could someone be messing around with them?

Can the binary get a help string (`svn {help, --version}` would be nice
to know) and what type/version are you using of the backend storage
(berkeleyDB or FSFS)?

What about using the file protocol on the local machine aka:
       svn co file:///usr/your/svnrepo/project1

> are we doomed?

No, do you have a dump file you can move to another machine?

What has been upgraded lately? Did you build subversion as a static
binary or as a shared library (default)? If so have the shared
libraries been updated by someone/thing else? Has LDCONFIG been run
lately to update the shared libraries?

I'm tired, that's a lot of questions.

Wireless Group,
McMaster University
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