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File size limit exceeded!

From: John J. Franey <jfraney_at_inventa.com>
Date: 2006-08-07 19:03:09 CEST


I run svn copy command. When I use local access, success. When I use
svn protocol (from remote host), File size limit exceeded. Why is there
a difference?

I see file size limit reached error
But is it relevant?

1) My failure occurs during a 'svn copy'. I thought copy was light
weight, but I would not call a copy light weight if it needs to create a
files bigger than 2G. Something doesn't make sense.

2) There is not a build time option for large files in Apache's (2.0.54)
APR. Its configure command does not have a related option. I think the
option is driven at runtime: If the caller passes APR_LARGEFILE to
apr_file_open() and the operating system defines the flag: O_LARGEFILES.


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