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Probably a typical problem, but ...

From: Nate Metheny <nate_at_santafe.edu>
Date: 2005-06-30 17:11:12 CEST

I've got a user that tunnels over ssh to do his svn commit/updates.

The version of Berkeley DB is 4.1.25, Apache 2.0.52, and Subversion 1.1.3.

The update/commit works fine the first time he initiates it if the log.*
and __db* files are erased, but upon trying to commit again, the
following error message appears on his end:

> kaplan@capepanwa:~/projects/staq$ svn update svn: PROPFIND request
> failed on '/svn/repos/kaplan/staq/trunk' svn: Berkeley DB error while
> checkpointing after Berkeley DB transaction for filesystem
> /var/svn/repos/db: Invalid argument

Then I check the error_log for apache and the following is the latest entry:

> [Wed Jun 29 16:39:51 2005] [error] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Could not
> fetch resource information. [500, #0] [Wed Jun 29 16:39:51 2005]
> [error] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Could not determine the proper
> revision to access [500, #160029] [Wed Jun 29 16:39:51 2005] [error]
> [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Berkeley DB error while checkpointing after
> Berkeley DB transaction for filesystem /var/svn/repos/db:\nInvalid
> argument [500, #160029]

I've tried new version of Berkeley DB and recompiling Subversion
appropriately, but still result in this error.

Is there an easy solution or a lead that you guys know of to resolve
this issue?

Thanks!

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