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Re: Segfault in "svn checkout" (svn client 0.23; server at collab.net)

From: Gareth McCaughan <gareth.mccaughan_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2003-07-01 12:00:02 CEST

On Monday 30 June 2003 10:49 am, Joe Orton wrote:

[I said:]
> > > I haven't checked whether the segfault is reproducible; so it's
> > > conceivable that dodgy hardware could be at fault. I don't have any
> > > strong reason to believe that my hardware *is* dodgy, though.
> Gareth, I'd be interested to hear whether this is reproducible or not.
> It looks like the only reasons zlib should return NULL like this are
> fairly fatal: out of memory, or library/header version mismatch.

I tried the same operation again and it happened again.
It didn't fail at the same place in the checkout, but presumably
the repository has changed a bit in between times. Very
similar backtrace. I'm not out of disc space, and I don't think
I'm out of memory. In particular, a gdb process running on
the core file is "only" about 21M in size.

Anything else I should do?

Gareth McCaughan
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