On Jan 12, 2007, at 01:57, Zsolt Koppany wrote:
> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jan 11, 2007, at 10:02, Zsolt Koppany wrote:
>>> I can list the content of a repository via:
>>> svn list http://HOST/svn/repos
>>> but the command below gives me an error:
>>> svn checkout http://HOST/svn/repos
>>> svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/repos/!svn/vcc/default'
>>> svn: Can't find a temporary directory: Error string not specified
>>> I use subversion-1.4.2
>>> What is the problem?
>> I searched Google for the string "Can't find a temporary directory:
>> Error string not specified yet" and found these threads about this
>> They suggest that this problem will occur if your APR is too old. You
>> should be using at least APR 0.9.7. What version are you using? What
>> OS is this running on? What version of Apache do you have? Note that
>> Apache and Subversion will both need to be compiled against the same
>> version of APR.
>> Are you also sure that you do in fact have a temporary directory
>> (such as /tmp on a Unix-like system) and that it is writable and that
>> there is some disk space left on that drive?
> My subversion-1.4.2 installation did contain the sources of
> Regardless, I installed apr-1.2.8-1.i386.rpm from
> http://apache.cs.utah.edu/apr/binaries/rpm/i386, recompiled subversion
> (after a clean), executed "make install" and re-started apache but
> having the problem.
> Any other ideas?
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You still didn't say what OS you're on or what version of Apache
you're using. Since you mention RPMs, I'm guessing you're on some
kind of Linux.
You were using APR 0.9.12, and are now using APR 1.2.8. Is this on
the client or on the server? If on the server, at least one of these
was certainly wrong. You must use a version of APR that is compatible
with the version of Apache you're using. Apache 2.0.x requires APR
0.9.x. Apache 2.2.x requires APR 1.2.x. And as I said, Subversion on
the server must be built against the same version of APR that Apache
What about the version of APR on the Subversion client? Is it new
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Received on Fri Jan 12 19:15:43 2007