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Lockup while doing checkout and 'svnadmin load'

From: Ben Collins <bcollins_at_debian.org>
Date: 2003-05-21 03:34:51 CEST

Still working on this bkcvs thing. I am trying to stress test it before
I make the repo public.

One thing I am encountering is a lock between a checkout (via svnserve)
and the update process which is calling "svnadmin load" to commit new
revs from bkcvs.

Obviously the checkout is very large, so while it is running, svnadmin
is able to do many commits during the checkout. What I am seeing is
svnadmin and the checkout both slowing gradually, and then both
eventually going into deadlock (while consuming lots of cpu still).

I have to kill both processes (killing either one does not allow the
other to continue) and then recover the repo before proceeding.

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