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Huge memory utilization checking in

From: Francois Beausoleil <fbos_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2004-01-11 06:17:47 CET

Hi !

I just did a large checkin, and Subversion ate most of my virtual memory

This check-in was to a vendor branch of mine. I had the previous version
checked out, and I copied the new version over, svn rm'ing files which
did not exist anymore in the new version.

Here are some statistics about the folder:

Total files and folders: 3594

Added files: 1330
Modified files: 1427
Deleted files: 165

(This is the Spring Framework, 1.0-M3 and 1.0-M4)

The command line client used 239216 KB of RAM to do it's work. This
number is coming from the Windows Task Manager, "Virtual Memory Size"
column. During the commit, the Apache process stayed at a healthy 20 MB
or so.

I use Subversion 0.35.0, Apache 2.0.48, Win2K SP3 over ra_dav.

Bye !
Developer of Java Gui Builder

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