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Berkley DB compiled with source or not?

From: Jon Koerber <cryogen_at_mac.com>
Date: 2006-12-07 06:17:59 CET

Hi all,

I compiled subversion 1.4.2 with the Berkley DB on my server (where
svnserve will be running). Should I also compile each client in the
same way - in other words do the client and server machines need to
both be using the same file system?

It was not clear from the documentation if the client local project
directories even use any special mechanisms for tracking the local
project except for the hidden .svn directory. It is no problem to
use BDB, but I wanted to see if it was a necessary install for our
client machines.

Can anyone advise me on this aspect of the install and which
filesystem to use in client and in server configurations.



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