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Re: core dump with svn r6178

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-19 23:45:51 CEST

Christian Daudt <csd_ob@daudt.org> writes:

> I have zero knowledge of the svn code right now (from your comments
> I take it the server is misbehaving, I didn't even know if the
> client or the server was the one at fault up to know). And I haven't
> seen it firsthand, it's just been reported to me by a couple of
> users (who of course haven't seen it since). I was hoping for
> someone to look at my email and say "ah-ha ! I know what's going
> on". Guess that isn't going to happen :-( I'll try to set up some
> debugging on the server to try to keep tabs on what's going on. If
> anyone wants more info (or the coredump) let me know. I'll also file
> a bug report on this one.

If you are familiar with the likes of 'ethereal', and can locate one of
your users who can consistently reproduce the problem, an ethereal
network trace would be quite helpful in determining what might be
going on.

Again, thanks for understanding. And sorry we had to swap so many
bytes just to get here.

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Received on Thu Jun 19 23:47:11 2003

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