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hang as a result of timeout

From: Schrom.Brian <Brian.Schrom_at_IGT.com>
Date: 2003-06-08 18:26:52 CEST

I'm don't remember if this was already on the list or not, but didn't see it
in a scan through the archives, though I vaguely remember a thread of
something similar.

The scenario:

Uncompressing a large file on the Linux (Debian) server.
Committing some files from the (Windows XP) client.

Basically, the server was busy and the client commit operation timed out. I
figured that I would let the uncompressing finish and try it again the
following day. Now all operations that access that repository wait ... The
other repositories work just like always.

I suspect that it is a database related thing, so I am running svnadmin
recover repo. Any estimate on how long this should take? I am at revision
15 and there are about 1000 files ~200MB worth of data. It has already been
running for a couple of hours... Not much history would be lost if I have
to cream it and start over, but it would be preferable not to.

A network trace of the 'svn up' command shows the client sending a PROPFIND
packet. There is no more further information exchange after that request.


Brian S.

C:\>svn --version
svn, version 0.23.0 (r5962)
   compiled May 19 2003, 20:00:14

fe406837:/var/log/apache2# svn --version
svn, version 0.23.0 (dev build)
   compiled May 19 2003, 07:26:32

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