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is this behaviour #773 related or is this a new issue?

From: Johannes Lochmann <johannes.lochmann_at_chello.at>
Date: 2003-01-03 17:06:32 CET

Hello list,

Im new to subversion and have been caught by the "do it better than CVS"
saying on its website :-).

However, I have encountered a big problem. Here is, what I did and what

- created svn client and server following the instructions in the INSTALL file
- server is up and running on my local machine (I got bitten by issue 995)
- imported my current CVS project into svn without problems (about 250.000
loc, about 1500 files), C++ header and source files, one DIA file (binary),
some .tex files
- checked out working copy (rev. 1)
- worked
- commited rev 2
- worked more
- tried to commit rev 3

At this point the svn-httpd process started to grow very fast and took up all
available RAM and swap as described in issue 773.

My hardware setup is:

- 256 M RAM
- 1 G swap
- AMD 1.3 GHz

Now, the question is: Is svn simply not yet ready for the number of files I
use or have I encountered a bug. If it is a bug, what can I do to help track
it down?

Thanks for reading

Johannes Lochmann

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Received on Fri Jan 3 17:04:50 2003

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