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A timeout problem?

From: Jay 'Whip' Grizzard <elfchief_at_lupine.org>
Date: 2003-04-02 22:24:23 CEST

Hmm.

I'm trying to use (abuse) subversion on a large, primarilly-binaries project
that I think subversion might be a good fit for. I'm using 0.20.1, freshly
compiled against an apache 2.0.44 built expressly for this purpose.

I create a new repository (named, creatively, 'test'), check it out, copy
in my test package (about 900M), do an 'svn add' on it (which works fine),
and then go to commit it. The commit goes through all the files (.. adding
XXXX, adding yyy), and then does:

Transmitting file data .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................svn: RA layer request failed
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: PUT of /test/!svn/wrk/b842876c-58ba-0310-ba64-e28ffe1fc13c/MFNfl3srv/reloc/fl3/httpd/htdocs/java/jsp/images/fl3.gif: timed out waiting for server
svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
svn: '/home/test/svn-commit.tmp'

No error at all shows up in the apache error_log.

I thought this was perhaps a server timeout, but I've updated the config
file to have 'Timeout 3600' (one hour), and the commit fails long before
that time is up. (after about 5 minutes, I'd guess, though I haven't
timed it)

I don't appear to get an crash of anything, either.

Some possibly relevant stats:

uname -a: SunOS apollyon 5.9 Generic_112233-04 sun4u sparc
Apache version: 2.0.44
Subversion version: 0.20.1
db version: 4.0.14
neon version: 0.23.7
gcc version: 3.2.1

All transactions happen to/from the local system, via the webdav interface.

Can anyone offer some insight into why this problem might be happening?

Thanks!

-jay

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