i do not know ... maybe our working copy is bigger? maybe it is cygwin?
there is 75.000 files, 25.000 folders, 700 mb, including the .svn structures, an example svn up
- io-reads: 77.000
- io-writes: 44.000
- i/o other: 570.000
- i/o read bytes: 35.000.000
- i/o write bytes: 41.000.000
- i/o other bytes: 16.000.000
- page faults: 114.000
- peak mem usage: 22.000 K
and takes quite long ... the difference between linux reiserfs and windows is BIG.
i just noticed the error when doing "svn up" in the top-level, and there is more than one deletes
(maybe a tree, or multiple little trees or files), so it seems to be size-related.
about the retry code and the working svn cleanup:
- the error happens when deleting the .svn directory.
is this loop also called for the .svn?
- directory is removed from working copy
(so you get a "? deleted-dir" if you do a "svn cleanup", and "svn st")
- therefor cleanup works.
- there is still a .svn subdirectory in "deleted-dir"
and i'm still wondering why windows would need a "delete loop" to get rid of a file or directory.
people say that it is a crappy operating system, but THAT crappy? i still have difficulties in
believing this ... but as i'm not expert this just leaves me wondering ;)
From: Philip Martin <philip () codematters ! co ! uk>
Date: 2004-02-20 18:21:30
solo turn <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> this error is also still here for directories (in 0.37).
I find it odd that nobody else reports this bug. Why aren't other
Windows users complaining about this? Why is your system different?
Anyway, here's the retry code
> $ svn up
> svn: In directory 'proj/src/com/asd'
> svn: Error processing command 'delete-entry' in 'proj/src/com/asd'
> svn: Can't remove 'proj/src/com/asd/ev/.svn': Access is denied.
> $ svn cleanup
> $ svn up
Huh? The cleanup worked? That doesn't look right. If I cause
svn_io_dir_remove to return an error I get
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