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Re: Import error and general questions

From: Bernd Walter <ticso_at_cicely5.cicely.de>
Date: 2002-08-15 23:08:33 CEST

On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 12:19:41PM -0500, Karl Fogel wrote:
> Shay Harding <sharding@ccbill.com> writes:
> > 105MB of mixed data (images, docs, text, etc)
> > 6205 total files
> >
> > Started off ok with 305MB of memory being used before the "Transmitting
> > data..." text showed up. Then it dropped to around 200MB, so 100MB was
> > freed at that point.
> >
> > About halfway through all the little dots, memory usage jumped back to
> > around 340MB and steadily grew from there. Using top and ps, it was not
> > readily apparent what was using so much memory as no httpd was above
> > 10MB and svn was around 50MB (60MB at its peak usage).
> >
> > When the dots stopped all of a sudden an httpd process started eating
> > all available memory to include 1G of swap space:
> Hmmm. It sounds like the same bug I mentioned, yeah. One question
> is: what sizes are the largest files you're importing?

I once tried to commit (not import) the complete FreeBSD source.
The source is in the 300M range and has several thousand of files.
I had some httpd process of around 100M and an svn process of around
300M in size.
The commit failed after a long time because I wedged a hook script.
The string db was left at 300M in size.
I thought the records where cleared but and just the file not shrinked,
but after the next try I had a strings db of around 600M and the commit
failed with a timeout on MERGE.

B.Walter              COSMO-Project         http://www.cosmo-project.de
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