On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 3:13 PM, Andreas Krey <a.krey_at_gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> is there already a bug on this? I can't always get the svn client to
> stop using ^C. Mostly this seems to happen with slow network I/O, like,
> for reproduction:
> prompt> time svn checkout http://184.108.40.206/doesnotexist
> ^C^C^Csvn: OPTIONS of 'http://220.127.116.11/doesnotexist': could not
> connect to server (http://18.104.22.168)
> real 1m14.898s
> user 0m0.007s
> sys 0m0.006s
> I hit ^C shortly after hitting enter, but 1) svn doesn't stop
> and 2) doesn't even seem to care about the signal received.
> The only way to actually get rid of it is to ^Z and 'kill -9 %',
> but this then requires a cleanup occasionally (plus the prayer
> that the latter will work).
What release of Subversion and what is your operating system? Standard
network has a timeout of about 120 seconds, but depending on the OS, the
command may not be interrupt-able until that timeout.
What comes after the O-nut?
What comes after the P-nut?
*joke told by my sons*
Received on 2012-06-02 00:20:50 CEST