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Re: Memory leak in svn update?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-11-02 04:13:47 CET

John Barstow <John_Barstow@gfsg.co.nz> writes:

> > Can anyone translate "Insufficient system resources exist to complete
> > the requested service", is a general catch-all error or does it have a
> > special meaning?
>
> On reviewing my logs, the 'special meaning' is running out of memory.
> Specifically, adding 981 files that total about 10 MB on-disk resulted in
> over 1.16GB of memory use when doing an update - versus about 15MB memory
> use getting the same files as a checkout.
>
> That's a pretty serious leak.
> And, I might add, occurs in build 3597 on Win32.

John, can you please update to the latest Subversion and try your
operation again? I made some changes to the client-side (in
libsvn_ra_dav) that I think will greatly help your situation. Please
report back here to this list with your results. Thanks!

--C-Mike.

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