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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 19:15:45 CET

Karl,
 
Already did this. When I signed up for the users mail list, the subscribe verification had "svn@" as the originator, so I assumed that was the users list address. I have been enlightened (with pretty much the same advice) by many committers today. :-)
 
Sorry for the interrruption and the sarcasm - I am still frustrated and am ready to delete everything and do a Red Hat up2date auto-install of an earlier version. Apparently it is either that or down-versioning Apache httpd to a 2.0 series that I know works with svn 1.2.3.
 
All day today, however, I have not seen a single post from anybody who has tested svn 1.3.0 with httpd 2.2.0.
 
Cheers!
Mark

>>> <kfogel@collab.net> 16-Feb-06 11:23:44 AM >>>

Can you please resend to users@subversion.tigris.org, not svn@? The
latter is for automated commit mails, not humans.

I suggest changing the tone of your last paragraph. Insulting the
committers, even by implication, isn't going to get you very far :-).
Their reaction is likely to be "Yes, sorry the documentation is not
yet caught up, and thank you for volunteering to fix it. How can we
help you get to work?"

Thanks,
-Karl

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"Mark Galbreath" <GalbreathM@gao.gov> writes:
> 'bdb'' 
> or 
> 'fsfs'
> Could not fetch resource information. [500, #0]
> Could not open the requested SVN filesystem [500, #160033] 
>  
> Yes, I've read every friggin post in the mail archive, everything on the svn website, and even RTFM (book).
>  
> That being said, I am using Apache 2.2.0 with svn 1.3.0.  All the DAV/SVN/AUTHZ modules are loaded, and my httpd.conf entry looks like this:
>  
> <Location /svn>
>     DAV svn
>     SVNParentPath /opt/svn  # one repos under parent right now called 'newwww'
>     # plus all the usual security crap that is commented out right now
> </Location>
>  
> Yes, the owner/group of the repos is identical to Apache httpd.
>  
> So wtf is this fail-to-load error (which screws everything) showing up in the apache error_log every time I try to use the svn client or a web browser to connect to the repos?  I've been trying to solve this for 2 days!!!
>  
> And for that matter, wtf am I reading documentation that still refers to 1.1 and 1.2???  If you committers are going to release the software, don't you think updating the DOCUMENTATION would be a Good Thing, too?
>  
> Mark<-|->kraM
> 
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Received on Thu Feb 16 19:27:18 2006

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