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Re: Subversion and NFS server

From: jehan procaccia <jehan.procaccia_at_int-evry.fr>
Date: 2006-10-23 21:26:02 CEST

Christoph Bartoschek wrote:

>I have the following situation on my subversion server:
>The fsfs repository from subversion 1.2.1 is mounted via NFS from our
>fileserver. An apache is running serving the files.
>Till this morning the files were locally and not mounted via NFS, but now I
>get the error in the apache log:
>Can't get shared lock on
>file '/lfs/user/svn/repositories/bonntools/locks/db.lock': Resource
>temporarily unavailable
>Reading some documents in the net I would not expect any problems. The
>subversion book only states that bdb is dangerous over NFS and
>http://www.red-bean.com/sussman/svn-anti-fud.html says that subversion works
>with NFS since version 1.1.
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is your NFS server running lockd ?
type "rpcinfo -p localhost | grep lock" on it
if it's a redhat base distrib (or fedora ...) check "/etc/init.d/nfslock
status" .

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