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

From: Johannes Lochmann <johannes.lochmann_at_chello.at>
Date: 2003-01-03 18:01:40 CET

On Friday 03 January 2003 17:46, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> Huh? Surely you saw 1500 "Sending..." lines, one for each file,
> right?
No, as I said: closed the editor and watched the httpd process grow in an
other xterm.

> What was the error that was printed out when the commit
> aborted?

the error message was that it lost connection to the server, which is obvious
since i killed it.

> Aren't you running 'svn commit' from the commandline? Did
> 'svn commit' instantly die after you closed vim?

no, 'svn commit' died as i killed the server. The server was taking up 1.3 GB
of RAM+swap at that point. Then the message was that there was no connection
to the server (sorry, did not copy the whole message).

Now I just finished to run 'svnadmin recover' and tried again with "svn
commit". Seems tu run fine, now (still sending files).

Could it be, that the database was inconstistent in some way or another?

Johannes Lochmann

P.S.: "Transmitting file data" now.

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