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Re: Crash in libapr.dll

From: Lieven Govaerts <svnlgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: 2006-12-20 15:23:47 CET

The 1.4.x branch has two fixes for crashes, one of those two which was reported
by people doing large checkouts. The attached stacktrace (thanks for that)
shows that you're encountering an issue which was fixed in r22417 on trunk.

Since you seem to have the ability to build a custom version of svn, you might
want to try the latest source from the 1.4.x branch:


Quoting Andrew Bushnell <Andrew.Bushnell@ansys.com>:

> Hi,
> I have seen several posts about crashes in svn 1.4.0 in libapr.dll.
> I too am seeing the crash. It seems to have to do with a large checkout,
> or should I say a checkout that recurses very deeply over time. For me
> it always fails when trying to print out the Add of a specific
> directory, though if I svn checkout that directory directly, no problem...
> The attached text file contains a stack trace I obtained from Visual
> Studio 2005.
> The binaries and pdb files I am running are prebuilt binaries for 1.4.2
> downloaded from the following URL(s):
> http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=91
> I downloaded the following zips:
> svn-win32-1.4.2.zip
> svn-win32-1.4.2.pdb.zip
> In addition I downloaded the source from this location:
> from there I grabbed
> subversion-1.4.2.zip.
> Any help I can give to help track this? It is not possible to send you
> our repository, but I could debug if someone could point me at where to
> start poking around. In addition, I could use the source to apache that
> was the apr stuff is in as I do not have that.
> Thanks in advance for any insight/help.

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