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Re: Commit stop at "Transmitting file data" and apache memory keep growing.

From: Tobias Ringström <tobias_at_ringstrom.mine.nu>
Date: 2005-04-28 10:47:45 CEST

Alexis Boutillier wrote:

>I have a very strange behaviour with svn.
>It ends with apache memory growing up until it crashes and client stop
>at "transmitting file data"
>
>I can reproduce the problem with two computer trying to send files in
>the same repository at the same time.
>I use python bindings to checkout,add files and after i used a system
>command with "svn commit" to commit files.
>There, it hang up when they try to commit.
>
>I'm using Berkley 4.2 database with subversion 1.1.3 and apache 2.0.52
>
>
 From your backtraces, it looks like you're using fsfs, not bdb. Please
upgrade to 1.1.4 which among other things has the following fix:

    * fixed: FSFS memory leak when auto-merging large tree (r13193)

/Tobias

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