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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)


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