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Re: Failed attempt to get log messages using the Perl bindings.

From: Martin Tomes <lists_at_tomes.org>
Date: 2004-02-11 10:11:04 CET

Martin Tomes wrote:
> I have 0.37.0 installed with the Python and Perl bindings ... Today I
> tried to use the Perl bindings to get at the repository content, ...
> Whenever I run the Perl program Apache starts using loads of
> CPU and I get nothing back.

You know how it is, you post a question and then find the answer
yourself. I just tried the svn command line client to do an svn log -v
on this repository and this is what I get:

svn: REPORT request failed on '/repos/controls/!svn/bc/111'
svn: REPORT of '/repos/controls/!svn/bc/111': Could not read chunk size:
connection timed out. (http://syrah.controls.eurotherm.co.uk:81)

I was a total idiot when I imported a copy of our cvs repository and
added all the CVS files. This revision is where I deleted vast numbers
of CVS directories and their contents - the commit took nearly an hour.
  I did it to see how scalable Subversion is - it would have been much
faster to cvs export and import to svn again. However, it appears that
a revision which affects a very large nunber of files gives problems
with cvs log -v.

Martin Tomes
echo 'Martin x Tomes at controls x eurotherm x co x uk'\
  | sed -e 's/ x /\./g' -e 's/ at /@/'
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Received on Wed Feb 11 10:14:02 2004

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