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nfs repo fsfs - freebsd - lock on write op... I know this has been asked before but i can't find solution

From: Jay Crouch <jay_at_safestream.com>
Date: 2006-10-06 02:05:40 CEST

I'm trying to use svn repositories over a NFS mount with FreeBSD 6. I can
create the repositories just fine (and yes I'm specifying -fs-type fsfs). We
just setup the servers a month ago so everything is newest stable.


Svn from the command line works perfect when the repo is local, but I get
the following when trying to access over NFS.


I'm keeping it simple and doing all this from the command line before
attempting to even involve apache.


As root, from anywhere:


new# touch testing.txt

new# svnadmin create -fs-type fsfs /mnt/data/repos/test

new# svn import -m message testing.inc


Adding testing.inc

svn: Can't get exclusive lock on file '/mnt/data/repos/test/db/write-lock':
Operation not supported



Somebody please help. I know the issue is with NFS, but I don't know where
to go from there.

Received on Fri Oct 6 20:32:26 2006

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