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Re: Problem with subversion on BSD

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 22:04:08 -0500

On Mar 15, 2009, at 13:15, Peter Fodrek wrote:

>> On March 14, 2009 23:45 Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> On Mar 14, 2009, at 09:00, Peter Fodrek wrote:
>>>> -bash-2.05b$ svn --force co file:///home/fodrek/repos/PlazmaCutter/
>>>> svn: Can't open '/tmp/report.tmp': No such file or directory
>>> The first first things I would check are: does /tmp exist?
>>> is it writable by everyone?
>> /tmp exists, it is writable /tmp/report.tmp exists for several
>> days and
>> its access righs are decribed in . I was tested in the past write
>> access as
>> usere logged in as user fodrek (my login), which I am using to run
>> svnserve. Only iteresting think is that report.tmp is not writable
>> with
>> users not in group wheel for report.tmp.
> removing /tmp/report.tmp
> causes that
> svn --force co file:///home/fodrek/repos/PlazmaCutter/
> does not finish for 90 minutes
> but svnserve crashed again after login

Any idea what /tmp/report.tmp is for? Is that created and used by one
of your hook scripts? I would be surprised if Subversion itself were
creating or using a file with a predictable name like that. That
would seem to make it impossible for multiple svn commands to run
simultaneously, which one would expect to be able to do on a UNIX-
like multiuser system.


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