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Re: Re: Berkeley DB,error while checkpointing after Berkeley DB transaction for filesystem

From: Pablo F. Díaz Anzalone <pablo.anzalone_at_iso.bbe.es>
Date: 2006-08-08 09:16:56 CEST

> Dear Pablo!
> Pablo F. Díaz Anzalone schrieb:
>> I have try to recover DB with svnadmin and with db_recovery, but the
>> problem persists. I have spent a lot of hours on it but I don't know
>> what
>> else can I do. Does anyone have any clue, advice or anything to get
>> the work around?
> It seems that file access properties are not set-up properly on the
> repository files and directories. They need to be accessible for the
> user running Apache daemon.
They are owned by www-data the user that runs Apache processes.
> Are you able to perform a repository backup with "svnadmin dump"
> as user root?
Yes, so now I suppose that DB is correct. But I don't understand I have
problems with it
> Are you repository directories directly mounted or mounted via NFS?
> The latter can also happen for local filesystems which are remounted
> with an automounter and NIS/YP. IIRC it is not allowed to have BDB
> databases on network shares. Probably you could convert your repository
> to FSFS.
The directories are local.¿Is better to have the repository with FSFS
instead of DB?
> With best regards
> Andreas

Thanks a lot for your answer.

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