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Re: Bug w/ LFS in FSFS (but not BDB) on Linux

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-12-02 23:52:40 CET

"David Baker" <debaker1@hotmail.com> writes:
> Jerenkrantz and others from #svn and #svn-dev suggested I bring this
> to your attention:
> I may have found a problem with svn, specific to LFS and FSFS:
> I can submit up to 2GB commit size with FSFS, and seemingly unlimited
> commit size with bdb as along as no file is >2GB. Then I compile in
> APR 1.2.2
> and all of the 2GB limitations seem resolved, however, a commit with
> appears to work fine, but afterwards, any attempt to access that commit
> will fail with this error:
> "svn: Revision file lacks trailing newline"
> This includes "svnadmin verify ...", etc...they all give the above
> error, thought the
> commit did not have any errors. This is not a problem with BDB, and
> everything
> seems to work fine with BDB. I have tested with a 22GB commit, with
> file sizes to ~5GB.
> I have tested this on CENTOS 4.2 and FC4, both using self-compiled svn
> 1.2.3, and apr 1.2.2 as mentioned.
> For a complete review of the discussion, see:
> http://colabti.de/irclogger/irclogger_log/svn?date=2005-11-27,Sun#l371
> from 17:06 on...
> If you have questions or suggestions, or would like me to open a bug
> report, please contact me.

Thank you for the offer. Yes, I would appreciate it if you would open
an issue, linking back to this message and to that IRC transcript
above. This sounds like it could be pretty serious -- after all,
things ought to work given that you built an APR with largefile


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