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Re: svn stability problems

From: solo turn <soloturn99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-01-15 17:33:13 CET

the idea with a auto-test machine is appealing, this would give us
also reliable numbers about performance improvements ....

the only thing where i'm pretty sure is that svnadmin load causes a
repository hang using db4.0.

--- Brandon Ehle <azverkan@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> >
> >what would be a good strategy to reach scalablility/stability?
> could
> >it be a testcase with thousands of entries and moving/copying
> around
> >in it? could it be encouraging somebody "large" to move to svn?
> >
> >
> At this point we have a bunch of global hangs that can happen at
> any
> time and almost never happen in the same place twice, and a few
> operations that run your system out of resources.
> The latter would be easy to develop tests for, but we'd need to set
> up a
> specific machine that auto-runs these large tests daily and uploads
> the
> reports to svn-breakage as most of the developers won't have the
> necessary resources on their machines to run these tests.
> The former is much more difficult, until someone tracks down and
> identify the problem, we won't be able to build a reliable test
> case,
> and I've found that sometimes when I think the hangs have gone
> away,
> they'll show up a couple days later when doing another large
> repository
> operation.

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