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Re: svnadmin load runs out of memory

From: Dave Oxley <david.oxley_at_workplace-systems.plc.uk>
Date: 2003-12-08 12:11:46 CET


Have you tried a very large text file, not binary. I think (and I have
no data to support this) the deltification process may have a problem on
text files with very long lines.


Branko Čibej wrote:

>Branko Čibej wrote:
>>Dave, What happens if you commit two versions of that SQL script to a
>>freshly created 0.34.0 repository (with and without deltification turned
>>(This might have something to do with BDB)
>BTW, I tested this just now:
> $ svnadmin create repo
> $ svn co file:///repo wc
> $ cd wc
> [generate a 60M file full of random bytes]
> $ svn add huge; svn ci
> [generate another 60M file full of random bytes]
> $ svn ci
>The svn process never grew above 6 megs. Then I dumped this repository
>and loaded the dump file into a new one. The svnadmin process never grew
>above 4M.

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