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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Couchdb Wiki] Update of "Troubleshooting" by NoahSlater
Date Mon, 31 Mar 2008 00:45:35 GMT
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The following page has been changed by NoahSlater:
http://wiki.apache.org/couchdb/Troubleshooting

The comment on the change is:
Copied from TROUBLESHOOTING in the source

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- A step by step troubleshooting guide for CouchDB.
+ == Upgrade ==
  
- == Updated Source ==
+ Have you built CouchDB from the Subversion repository?
  
- Have you built CouchDB from the Subversion repository? Did you do a ''svn up'' that seemed
to break everything?
+ Did you do a `svn up` that seemed to break everything?
  
  After every update you must run the following command:
  
@@ -18, +18 @@

  
  Having problems getting CouchDB to run for the first time?
  
- Follow this simple procedure and report back to mailing list (or IRC) with the output of
each step.
+ Follow this simple procedure and report back to mailing list (or IRC) with the
+ output of each step.
  
    1. Note down the name of your operating system and your processor architecture.
-   2. Note down the installed versions of CouchDB's dependancies
-   3. Checkout a fresh version from Subversion
  
+   2. Note down the installed versions of CouchDB's dependancies.
-   {{{
- svn checkout http://couchdb.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ couchdb
- }}}
  
+   3. Follow the [http://incubator.apache.org/couchdb/community/code.html checkout instructions]
to get a fresh copy of trunk.
+ 
-   4. Bootstrap from the couchdb directory
+   4. Bootstrap from the `couchdb` directory:
  
    {{{
  ./bootstrap -C
  }}}
  
-   5. Build into a temporary directory
+   5. Build into a temporary directory:
  
    {{{
  ./configure --prefix=/tmp/couchdb && make && make install
  }}}
  
-   6. Run the ''couchdb'' command and log the output
+   6. Run the couchdb command and log the output:
  
    {{{
  /tmp/couchdb/bin/couchdb
  }}}
  
-   7. Use your system's kernel trace tool and log the output of the above command
+   7. Use your system's kernel trace tool and log the output of the above command.
  
-     1. Linux systems should use strace
+     1. Linux systems should use strace:
  
      {{{
  strace /tmp/couchdb/bin/couchdb 2> strace.out
  }}}
  
-     2. Please add documentation for ''your'' system...
+     2. Please add documentation for your system...
  
    8. Report back to the mailing list (or IRC) with the output from each step.
  

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