Re: Trying to get svnadmin to create repository with fsfs vice bdb
Nevermind. I have a misunderstanding of how subversion is actually storing the data; I was comparing it to CVS, which was a bad assumption on my part.
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From: Jeff Nokes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 4, 2007 2:37:54 PM
Subject: Trying to get svnadmin to create repository with fsfs vice bdb
I'm running Debian etch (AMD64) and have subversion 1.4.2 (current stable) installed. I've been trying to set up a new repository with the following command:
svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs /extra/scm/svn/repos
It successfully sets up the repository, but it is always using BDB, no matter what I do. The subversion documentation:
... says the default is fsfs, but either way, by adding '--fs-type fsfs' or not, it always creates it as BDB.
Anyone have any ideas?