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Re: 2-GB max database file size limit?

From: Eric <spamsink_at_scoot.netis.com>
Date: 2006-10-27 15:34:07 CEST

At 02:38 AM 10/27/2006, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

<RS>>>>>I guess you're using APR 0.9 and, if you're using Apache, then
Apache 2.0. To get around this problem, you should be using APR 1.2 and,
if you're using Apache, then Apache 2.2.<<<<<

Good morning, Ryan.

Yup, that's likely the problem.

It's Apache 2.0.49. I don't know what the APR version is (how do I find out?).

The Subversion server is Fedora Core 2, and for a number of reasons, some
of which I can't control, I am unable to upgrade that particular machine to
a newer distro at this time.

It's also a very heavily used web server, and I can't do anything that
might screw that up.

Will APR 1.2 coexist with Apache 2.0.49?

What is the best place to find the right way (as contrasted with any number
of, no doubt, "wrong" ways) to upgrade APR to 1.2?


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