Re: 1.2.1 win32 svn load fails > 2GB
From: Ivan Zhakov <chemodax_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-27 16:20:18 CEST
On 7/27/05, Branko ╚ibej <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:> Neal Jhala wrote:> > >I have verified this a number of times, so it should be easily reproducible.> >> >On client/server running 1.1.3 (bdb):> >1) dump the full existing repository with svnadmin dump, dump is successful,> >resulting file is 7.2GB> >2) create a new repository with svnadmin create --fs-type bdb> >3) load the dumpfle from step#1 with svnadmin load into new repository, load is> >successful> >> >The above steps helps prove that the dumpfile is valid, and the load works> >under 1.1.3, so no OS 2GB file limitations exist.> >> >Now try with 1.2.1> >4) upgrade server to 1.2.1> >5) create a new repository with svnadmin create --fs-type bdb> >6) load the dumpfile from step #1 with svnadmin load into the new repository> >> >The load fails consistently at the 2GB barrier:> >> >svnadmin: Berkeley DB error for filesystem d:/svn121/repo/db> >while clearing string:> >Input/output error> >svnadmin: bdb: seek: 2206695424 0 2: Input/output error> >svnadmin: bdb: f
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