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Re: Help with remote repository access

From: Stephen Davis <subversion_at_soundgeek.org>
Date: 2005-11-30 08:57:09 CET

You didn't specify how you were trying to access the repository
remotely. Perhaps the svnserve or apache process on the server is a
1.0 server?


On Nov 29, 2005, at 8:47 PM, Scott Wilfong wrote:

> I checked the fs-type file and it says fsfs.
> I checked the svn client version using "svn --version" and it says
> 1.2.3.
> What else could be going on. I really need to access this
> repository from other than the local machine.
> Maybe someone has an example of the steps they took to set theirs
> up so I can see what I did wrong ...
> Thanks.
> On Nov 29, 2005, at 6:02 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Nov 29, 2005, at 03:39, Scott Wilfong wrote:
>>> 1. The message is:
>>> svn: Berkeley DB error while opening 'nodes' table for
>>> filesystem /users/scott/Repository/db:
>>> No such file or directory
>>> 2. Yes, I am sure it is an FSFS repository. I converted it from
>>> Berkley DB a last month.
>> To be absolutely sure, you can cat the fs-type file in the db
>> directory in the repository directory.
>> If the repository is indeed FSFS, then possibly your client is
>> version 1.0.x which does not know about FSFS repositories?

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