On Nov 3, 2005, at 17:48, Wilfong Family wrote:
> On Oct 18, 2005, at 9:54 PM, Scott Wilfong wrote:
>> On Oct 17, 2005, at 3:33 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> On Oct 9, 2005, at 07:18, Scott Wilfong wrote:
>>>> I have a repository setup on my iMac that works great. I have an
>>>> eMac that I have installed the svn client on. I have svnserve
>>>> running on the iMac. When I try to access the repository on the
>>>> iMac using svn://ip_address I get the message :
>>>> subversion/libsvn_fs/bdb/bdb-err.c:61: (apr_err=160029)
>>>> svn: Berkeley DB error while opening 'nodes' table for
>>>> filesystem /users/scott/Repository/db:
>>>> No such file or directory
>>> Where is your repository on disk? At /Users/scott/Repository?
>>> What command are you using to start svnserve on the iMac?
>>> What versions of Subversion are you using? I hope you'll say
>>> 1.2.3; if not, upgrade to 1.2.3.
>>> It would be a good idea to convert your repository from
>>> BerkeleyDB to FSFS when you have a minute. So many problems I see
>>> on this list seem to be the result of using BerkeleyDB
>>> repositories instead of FSFS repositories. I'm not sure that's
>>> related to your current difficulties, but I still recommend it to
>>> avoid possible future problems.
>> Yes, the repository is located at /Users/scott/Repository.
>> I am starting the server with: svnserve -d.
>> I believe I am using 1.2.3.
>> I am going to convert to an FSFS repository in the next couple of
> I have changed my repository to FSFS and am still getting the same
> message. Any ideas?
What error message are you getting? You can't possibly be getting a
BerkeleyDB error if you've converted to an FSFS repository.
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Received on Thu Nov 3 18:02:30 2005