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Re: svn hangs in certain directories

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-26 23:14:58 CEST

Colin JN Breame wrote:
> I've changed my broadband router to use an MTU of 1400, and this seems to have
> solved the problem. It might be related to MTU discovery, although I'm not
> sure at the moment.
> In the end it turned out not to be subversion related.

> p.s. i still think that svn could use a timeout error message rather than just
> hanging.

You could start by using a sniffer to look at what's happening behind
the scenes.
Large slowdowns like you see are often caused by network problems.

I think it would be more useful for Subversion to have a progress
counter, that would probably have shown you that it actually
progressed with sending the file, only at a very low rate....
If it really had hung, it would also show you that..

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