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Re: SVN wedged, please help

From: tesh tesfaye <tesh_at_jedatechnologies.net>
Date: 2005-11-30 20:46:04 CET


Thanks for pointing this subtle point. I did some more reading on
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ and your
point was explained in detail that using BDB is bad with NFS :( I'm
moving to FSFS and am running into
weird problems trying to dump from BDB and get the error message:

svnadmin: Berkeley DB error for filesystem /volume/projects/VOB/vobs1/db
while opening environment:
Resource temporarily unavailable
svnadmin: bdb: unable to join the environment

I am going to do more reading on BDB and force it to dump.

Thanks again everyone for all your suggestions and help


Garrett Rooney wrote:

>On 11/29/05, tesh tesfaye <tesh@jedatechnologies.net> wrote:
>>Subversion currently installed on Redhat 9.0 (fileserver machine) while
>>the Webserver is on a Redhat 8.0 machine.
>Does that imply that you're serving your repository from one machine,
>but that machine accesses the repository via NFS mounts or something?
>If so, that's a very bad idea with BDB, Berkeley DB doesn't tend to
>play nicely with NFS drives...

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