Upgraded Trac, but still getting errors...

Christopher J. Umina chris.umina at studsvik.com
Tue Sep 15 04:09:57 UTC 2009

For all interested,

The problem was that php5-sqlite & php5-pdo-sqlite and py26-sqlite3 
conflict when mod_python and PHP are loaded into Apache.  For me, the 
solution, since the web server had no use for SQLite support in PHP, was 
to remove php5-sqlite and php5-pdo-sqlite.

Once removed, a restart of Apache got rid of the error messages.

Possibly note-worthy for the porters.

Thank you,
Christopher J. Umina

Christopher J. Umina wrote:
> Hi,
> I noticed recently (probably due to me upgrading ports) that my trac 
> installations show this message:
> *Warning:* Can't synchronize with the repository (Couldn't open 
> Subversion repository /var/svn/repo: SubversionException: ('SQLite 
> compiled for, but running with 3.3.7', 200030)). Look in the 
> Trac log for more information.
> The first thing I did was check the trac logs, which literally show 
> nothing at all.  Next thing I did was Google the error message, but 
> nothing really matched.  After that I decided to rebuild trac and deps 
> (portupgrade -rR), which didn't fix the problem.  I then got 
> frustrated and ran a portupgrade -fa, which again didn't fix the 
> problem.  I upgraded python from python25 to python26, using the 
> procedure outlined in /usr/ports/UPDATING which didn't fix the problem 
> either.
> Through all this, I did notice that if I run tracd on the environment, 
> the errors are gone and I can interact with subversion (through trac) 
> perfectly.  For that reason, I'm convinced it's something to do with 
> Apache & friends, but I'm completely out of ideas, has anybody else 
> seen these errors or have any suggestions?
> Packages (worth mentioning) currently installed:
> trac-0.11.5
> subversion-1.6.5
> python26-2.6.2_2
> py26-pysqlite-2.3.5
> py26-sqlite3-2.6.2_1
> sqlite3-
> mod_python-3.3.1_2
> apache-2.2.13
> Thank you,
> Christopher J. Umina
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