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Re: Windows 'Access denied' errors

From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-10-03 05:25:06 CEST

Francois Beausoleil wrote:

> Hello D.J.,
> Lately, since 0.30.0, I have had more problems with Subversion than
> previously. Up to 0.29.0, I did not have many errors of this type.
> Yesterday, I was playing some MP3 using the Windows Media Player. WiMP
> uses from 5 to 30% of the CPU time. I thought that by lowering it's
> priority, I could lower the frequency of those errors. I thought I had
> something there, but it looks like this is not true.
> This morning, I just committed a few changes to my repository, and here
> are the results:
> K:\jobnudge-issues>svn commit
> Deleting assigned\fbos\0011
> Adding resolved\0011
> Deleting resolved\0011\resolution
> svn: A problem occurred; see later errors for details
> svn: Commit succeeded, but other errors follow:
> Subversion was supposed to tell me more, but it never did so. I did get
> an application failure (a GPF), but did not note it. Sorry about that.
> Before 0.30.0, I never got those GPFs. There must be something more that
> changed in 0.30.0 with regards to previous versions.
> I will check those services and try to shut them down and see if the
> frequency of the access denied errors changes.
> Will report back with more data next time.

Hmm, the Subversion client was GPFing or the server? Or were you using
file://? I haven't seen any GPFing problems...just the occasional
'Access Denied' errors.


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