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Re: Internal Error: Failed to Load Module for FS type

From: Mark Galbreath <GalbreathM_at_gao.gov>
Date: 2006-02-16 15:08:38 CET

Hi, Michael...sorry for guessing the wrong mail list - there was no indication what the address is for USERS in the response from the majordomo (or whatever list util is being used).
This is not my first experience with svn - I had svn 1.2 running with Apache httpd 2.0.55 just fine.
My inline replies below:

>>> "C. Michael Pilato" cmpilato@collab.net> 16-Feb-06 08:45:05 AM >>

> I presume you are trying to access the repository using the URL
> "http[s]://SERVER/svn/newwww/", yes? Are you able to, as the user that
> Apache runs as, access the repository via "file:///opt/svn/newwww/" ?
> Does 'svnlook youngest /opt/svn/newwww' yield anything interesting?
1. Apache httpd is webmaster.web and as webmaster I can
    svn co file:///opt/svn/newwww/trunk/cgi-bin /tmp
though it will not permit be to checkout a single file. I just checked out about a 100 files in recursive directories into tmp. NOT something I consider a feature. A Web URL, as I reported, produces the fs type module load error.
2. svnlook youngest /opt/svn/newwww returns
Not the most interesting byte of information to me....Perhaps I did send this to the right user group? This looks like a bug to me. Did anybody test 1.3 on httpd 2.2?

> Are there particular aspects of your problems with Subversion that you
> feel are specific to versions of Subversion newer than 1.2? Obviously,
> keeping the documentation up-to-date is desirable, but as with the code,
> is mostly a volunteer effort. If you have patches which will improve
> the coverage or quality of that documentation, please submit them (to
> svnbook-dev@red-bean.com). Thanks.

Somehow, I KNEW a committer was going to hit me with that! :-) Touche!

Mark <-|->kraM
Received on Thu Feb 16 15:29:29 2006

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