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Re: subversion conflicts with db42

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2005-11-03 01:56:58 CET

On Wed, 2 Nov 2005, Daniel Lo wrote:

> On the other hand, I am open for any DB or web thing. Since the server is
> brand new and only condition I have is the OS (Redhat Enterprise 3).

I am using RHEL3 (actually WBEL3) on most of my servers and just use the
normal FSFS backend (which 1.2.X now uses by default) instead of the DB backend.

Works great.

> David Summers wrote:
>> Please reply to the users list so others can benefit as well.
>> On Wed, 2 Nov 2005, Daniel Lo wrote:
>>> I am using Redhat Enterprise Linux 2.4.21-37.EL x86_64
>> I think you meant Redhat Enterprise Linux 3?
>> If so, then I quit supporting DB 4.2.52 on that platform back this last
>> spring when subversion 1.2.0 came out, I think. It was just too much of a
>> hassle. Once you start changing the DB version then you have to change
>> PHP, Python, Perl, and other packages to remain consistent; a royal mess.
>> My goal for the subversion RPMs was to be the least intrusive as possible
>> and not have to change out a whole load of RPMs, so I gave up trying to
>> support the DB 4.2.52 on the RHEL3 platform.
>> On RHEL4 it is back in and on the other platforms I support (7.3, 8.0, 9.0)
>> it is in.
>> You can compile a special version of Subversion to use DB 4.2.52 if you
>> like but if you want to use Apache HTTPD then things start getting very
>> complicated very fast.
>> Does this help you at all? You could look back in the Subversion
>> packages/rpm/rhel-3 directory at my versions before I dropped support for
>> DB 4.2.52 to see how I used to try to do it.
>> > David Summers wrote:
>>>> What distribution are you using?
>>>> On Wed, 2 Nov 2005, Daniel Lo wrote:
>>>>> I have been working in a project- install subversion on our new system.
>>>>> I have go over all kind of problems now I just don't know where to find
>>>>> the solution.
>>>>> Let me tell you a bit about the back ground first. I have a duel xeon
>>>>> processor server with 2G memory and running rhle3 64 bit with the latest
>>>>> update. The problem I am facing is when I install subversion 1.2.3-1 on
>>>>> to my system it has some dependencies. I have took care all but one
>>>>> which is the "db42 conflicts with subversion-1.2.3-1" see attach. The
>>>>> db42 I have download and install form your web site
>>>>> http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/subversion/latest. the db42 is an
>>>>> dependency for apr-util0.9.5-0.3.i386.rpm. Now I don't know what to do
>>>>> to have subversion working in my system.
>>>>> Please Help!!
>>>>> Thanks
>>>>> Daniel Lo

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