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Re: [Issue 906] New - failed commit does not remove txn in the repo

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-27 14:46:39 CEST

issues@subversion.tigris.org writes:
> + When a commit fails for any reason, the transaction it created in the
> + repository is not removed. This means that the repository
> + administrator must use svnadmin to remove stale transactions periodically.
> +
> + The XFAIL test for this issue is commit_tests.py 24.

Why do you make such a sweeping statement, Brane?

I'm surprised, because we call txn_abort() all over the place in our
code, if any kind of svn_error_t is thrown at any point during a
commit. This is a really old feature that we wrote in the beginning,
and tested a lot. If we've regressed, I'm amazed. I'll check out
your new xfail test.

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