Re: AW: SVN v1.6.5 (CollabNet) and SVN v1.7.0 (WANdisco) creates many threads, allocate all free memory and crashes/stops
From: Andrey <andrey_at_online-solutions.ru>
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 18:10:10 +0400
Вы писали 18 октября 2011 г., 17:55:55:
>> We had used SVN v1.6.5 server (CollabNet build) on Windows 2003 x64 with
MS> If svnserve 1.6.5 worked fine for a long time, I would think that
I think it is a bug in server code, that was in 1.6.5, and that exists
MS> Maybe defective RAM,
No. There is no any problems. For Windows NT-based systems this
MS> maybe some malware infection on the server,
No. Just we a information security company. ;)
MS> maybe a corrupted repository (defective Hard-Disk?),
It was a first idea, that because of low memory available at some
MS> or maybe some (D)DOS attack or amok running script.
MS> Some ideas helping to hunt down the bug: (If you have enough
MS> Did you try to replace the repository with the latest backup?
No, but I thought about this, when upgrade to 1.7.0 did not helped.
MS> Could you try to use the latest stable 1.6.X svnserve?
We used 1.6.5 for a few years when this problem appears.
MS> Could you try to use a dump/restore or svnsync copy of the repository?
This is idea, if the problem appear again and it will not be possible
MS> If you use BDB backend, you could even try to dump/restore to FSFS, or vice versa.
We use FSFS.
-- С уважением, Andrey mailto:andrey_at_online-solutions.ruReceived on 2011-10-18 16:11:30 CEST
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