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Re: Can't execute svn commands through the network

From: Philip Martin <philip.martin_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 11:58:13 +0100

Michael Fausten <fausten_at_pw-internet.de> writes:

> since we updated our SVN-Server to version 1.7.0 we're no longer able
> to execute commands through samba mounted shares.
> Commands through our LAN is still working.
>
> For example:
>
> # /usr/home/michael/mnt/websites.sh
>
> Content from website.sh:
>
> mount_smbfs -N -I 192.168.23.225 -E utf-8:cp1252
> //fausten_at_KALI-FILES/pw-websites /usr/home/michael/mount/pw-websites
>
> utf8:cp1252 option is needed, otherwise the German umlauts are broken
> on the share.
>
> % cd /usr/home/michael/mount/pw-websites/path/to/my/website
> % svn status -u
>
> svn: E200030: sqlite: disk I/O error
> svn: E200030: sqlite: disk I/O error
>
> On my PC (locally) svn just works fine. I use a FreeBSD 9.0 amd64
> machine with, since today subversion 1.7.5, but the error
> still occurs.
>
> Builded subversion with (Compiler Options):
>
> P4_STYLE_MARKERS
> ENHANCED_KEYWORD
> FREEBSD_TEMPLATE
> NEON
>
> - No private modifications
>
> Our server uses FreeBSD 8.2 with Subversion 1.7.5.

Let me see if I understand:

 - you have a working copy on a Samba network disk

 - the Samba server is FreeBSD 8.2

 - the Samba client is FreeBSD 9.0

On Linux I'd run "strace svn st -u" to find out which system call is
failing. Do you have strace installed? Perhaps truss can provide the
information?

It appears that your Samba setup doesn't support some POSIX sematics.
Perhaps mounting nobrl will help?

-- 
Philip
Received on 2012-05-21 12:58:51 CEST

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