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svn export core dumps

From: Peter Burkholder <peterb_at_ucar.edu>
Date: 2003-07-04 05:22:59 CEST


I've been off-list for awhile so I don't know if this has been covered.
My issue goes beyond what's in the subject line. In short, I'm finding that
so far Subversion is not living up to my high hopes for managing a large-ish

I'm hoping to use Subversion to manage the XML files that make up the
collections available at DLESE.org. There about 11,000 files that are
arranged into different collections that are arranged by directory, one of
which, name "broad", that has 5495 files.

The initial import of the tree worked but slowed to a crawl (maybe one or
two adds second) while import the "broad" collection.

The command
   svn export http://svn.dpc.ucar.edu/records/trunk/adn
chugged along until:

A adn/sercnagt/oai%3Aserc.carleton.edu%3ASERC-NAGT-000-000-000-278.xml
A adn/sercnagt/oai%3Aserc.carleton.edu%3ASERC-NAGT-000-000-000-279.xml
A adn/broad
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

The export was stuck on the last Add for about 30 minutes before seg

Vital stats:

Both server and client:
        BerkeleyDB 4.1
        Linux Redhat 7.1
        svn 0.24.2
        httpd 2.0.46
        httpd built against 2.1 HEAD (slightly dated)

Is this a bug that needs fixing or am I doing something wrong? Let me know
if I can provide more info or tests.



Peter Burkholder, System Administrator
Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE -- http://www.dlese.org)
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