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Re: Dump fails on big repository with svn 0.24

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-17 18:39:38 CEST

Volker Voßkämper <volker.vosskaemper@cenote.de> writes:

> Is it possible that there is a similar problem in "svn up"?
> My repos have about 1500 files in one directory. Commit and status
> always work but an update, if some files
> in that big directory changed, result in server hang. My server has
> 750 MB Memory for 2 users.

Are you using an old version of svn?

> Top shows a size of 1.5 GB or more for httpd. Sometimes the server
> give no response for 15min!!
> Sometimes I have to reboot.

This is a known bug in apache, not svn. We're working on it,
hopefully it will be fixed in the next apache. See svn issue #773.

Again... I wonder if you're using an old version of svn...

...because Philip and I recently measured doing an 'svn up' of a
directory with hundreds of files, and the memory usage was an order of
magnitude less than what it used to be -- for 1600 files in one
directory, the server only used 33 MB memory. So that's why I'm
wondering if you're using an old apache or old svn.

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