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Unexplicable errors on checkout...

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2001-10-24 10:40:46 CEST


I am having trouble doing a fresh checkout. I discussed this
yesterday on irc with both Ben and Greg. RADICS Peter was
seeing the same issue, but it went away for him. I have tried
with the M5 and the r294 tarball, both show the same problem
(at different points in a checkout each time). I sent a log
to Greg by mail (was quite large) after recompiling with neon
debug output enabled (see libsvn_ra_dav/session.c).

My guess is that the server update has something to do with it.
It might be a good idea to update the server again, now child
exit codes are properly detected.

Below is a copy of a message from Greg Ames about the latest
HEAD running on apache.org.

Oh, a little nag: why are we seeing properties checked out as
an update to the checked out directory? Can't we merge that?
I was a bit confused seeing _U on a directory that I saw earlier
come by with A.


-----Original Message-----
From: gregames@Mail.MeepZor.Com [mailto:gregames@Mail.MeepZor.Com]On
Behalf Of Greg Ames
Sent: 24 October 2001 04:52
To: dev@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: results with 2.0.27-dev on daedalus :-)

I'm happy to report that I switched us over to 2.0.27-dev on Tuesday,
23-Oct-2001 18:24:58 PDT, and we're doing fine after an hour and a
half. Please speak up if you notice anything bad. This has got Cliff's
fix for last night's seg fault, and Ryan's fix for child exit status.

To be more precise, it's HEAD from this evening, plus Jeff's patch to
stash away input buffers for debugging, and a patch to bump up
HARD_SERVER_LIMIT to 1000. I think it would be reasonable to commit
either of those. Opinions?


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