On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 3:01 PM, Simon Large <
> 2009/6/8 Robert Dailey <rcdailey_at_gmail.com>:
> > Hey Stefan (And others),
> > I'm having an issue that seems hard to provide information for, so please
> > bear with me. More than likely you will end up requesting several types
> > information from me and ask me to perform certain steps. I'll be more
> > happy to provide any information necessary. Keep in mind that I cannot
> > access to the repository for testing, unfortunately. This repository is
> > owned by the company and they do not allow public access. This kind of
> > because it would be the best way of debugging the problem.
> > Secondly, this might be a problem with subversion but I want to check
> > first before I proceed.
> > There is a branch in our repo called Mico/trunk. Inside of trunk is about
> > or so projects. I've done the following to check out only a small portion
> > trunk:
> > Check out Mico/trunk with "This item only" (no children)
> > Do a "Repository Browser" on the WC root (which is Mico/trunk) and
> > CTRL+CLICK the items you want in the list view on the right. Out of the
> > or so items, I think I have like 8 of them selected.
> > Right click the multiple selections and click "Update this item to
> > and select "Fully recursive".
> > The update dialog will appear, updating all of the items you selected.
> > Once the update is done, right click on your root WC (Which is still
> > Mico/trunk) and select Update...
> > The update dialog will endlessly download data with no status lines
> > appearing. I've gotten up to 2GB without any status before I canceled it.
> > I have no idea why it continuously downloads, since there are no 2GB
> > in the repository, not even at Mico/trunk. I've attached a screenshot.
> > is about all of the information I can think to provide. If you need
> > else please let me know.
> > Note that I am using the latest nightly build as of right now.
> I have to ask the obvious: have you tried doing the last update using
> the command line client (1.6.2)?
> What server version are you using, and which protocol?
Ah, yes the SVN client (version 1.6.2) does have this issue as well it
seems. I get no status, after running "svn update" it is not providing any
We're using the HTTP protocol. I'm not sure of the exact version, as there
is another part of the company that handles that stuff. I think it is around
Since this is happening on the SVN client, I will propagate this issue to
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Received on 2009-06-08 23:06:47 CEST