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Re: Commit failure: checksum mismatch

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-10-02 22:20:38 CEST

james-tigris@jrv.org writes:

> Four instances of the script at the end were run: "commit.cmd X 100".
> Each script instance uses a separate local directory and separate
> directory repository. After each commit each of the 100 files is
> changed and the loop repeated.

We have a test script in the Subversion repository that does something
similar (see tools/dev/stress.pl, you will need Perl to run it). This
doesn't really help solve your problem, but it does show that we have
done similar testing. In the past I have committed thousands of
revisions using stress.pl, and real Subversion errors have been seen,
but I don't ever recall a checksum mismatch.

Philip Martin
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Received on Thu Oct 2 22:21:19 2003

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