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From "Daniel Shahaf" <>
Subject Re: 1.7.1: E200033: database is locked, executing statement 'RELEASE s0'
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2011 12:12:27 GMT
"database is locked" is the error SQLite would give when it tries to write to a database (.svn/wc.db)
on which some other process already has a write-lock.  The SQLite documentation:

states SQLite relies on POSIX advisory locks.  Do those locks (fcntl() locks, if I read the
source correctly) work correctly in your environment?

On Tuesday, November 01, 2011 11:11 AM, "Neil Bird" <> wrote:
>    I can't find any reference online to this error code.  I am trying to do 
> a command line 'svn cp' of one file to a new name in the same directory:
> $ svn cp 3.14.7.html 3.14.8.html
> svn: E200033: database is locked, executing statement 'RELEASE   s0'
>    This with a freshly upgraded (from 1.6.17-ish, using 1.7.1 not 1.7.0) WC. 
>   I think the issue stems from the fact that the WC is hosted on a Windows 
> XP box, and CIFS-mounted onto the CentOS 5 box that I am trying the 
> operation on (I have compiled 1.7.1 myself for CentOS 5).
>    The WC is otherwise behaving fine (although I vaguely recall another 
> Linux op. that gave me a similar lock error;  I resorted to finishing on 
> Windows).
>    The same 'svn cp' works OK issued on the Windows side (using 
> TortoiseSVN's command-line exes).
>    Is there anything I can do to track this down?
> -- 
> [neil@fnx ~]# rm -f .signature
> [neil@fnx ~]# ls -l .signature
> ls: .signature: No such file or directory
> [neil@fnx ~]# exit

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