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Re: Can't diff after killing svnlook

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-01-17 22:42:55 CET

Greg Ward <gward@mems-exchange.org> writes:

> On 17 January 2003, I said:
> > I presume I have to run "svnadmin recover" on the server.
> ...so that's what I'm doing. But it's been running for over an hour
> now, and I'm starting to wonder just how long it's going to take. The
> repository in question is 250 MB (counting DB log files), and the latest
> revision has around 9000 files in ~3500 directories. The hardware is
> quite recent: dual 1700 MHz Athlons, 2 GB of RAM, and enough disk space
> to swallow a small planet. Anyone care to guess how long "svnadmin
> recover" might take to run?

If you build with debugging symbols, try attaching to the svnadmin
process with GDB. If you interrupt the process, and it's hanging in
select(), chances are good that it ain't never coming back.

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