Earmarked donation to the SVN Project
From: Mario Scondo <mario.scondo_at_scondo.de>
Date: 2007-03-16 11:53:55 CET
I am interesed in making an earmarked donation to the SVN project!
Is there a contact person or a dev group that is able to fix the bug that
All tested combinations of client and server installations show up the
If there any questions on how to reproduce the bug please do not hesitate
--- Engineering Company Scondo http://www.scondo.de ------- bug report ------- There is a serious bug within the MS Windows SVN implementation (or a dependand library). The bug will arise, when dealing with big repositories. When you are transferring big amounts of data (ci, co, update) to/from the repository the used system ressources are rising until there are no network-connections available any more. At this point of time no windows application is able to open network connections until the originating svn process is running into a timeout error or it is killed. This Problem occures when transferring data via the protocols http://, https:// and svn://. When checking in large amounts of data the transaction will fail. Workaround: large directories and files (bigger than 150MB) have to be splitted into multiple parts. When updating and checking out the transaction fails: Workaround: perform a checkout multiple times until the working copy is in-sync with the repository. Tested scenarios at the server side: SVN 1.2.x (Solaris) SVN 1.2.x (Linux) SVN 1.4.x (Linux) At the client side SVN 1.2.3 (Windows, svn cmd line client) SVN 1.4.x (Windows, svn cmd line client) TortoiseSVN 1.2.4, Build 4479 - 32 Bit Libs: Subversion 1.2.3, apr 0.9.6 apr-iconv 0.9.5 apr-utils 0.9.6 berkeley db 4.3.28 neon 0.24.7 OpenSSL 0.9.8 05 Jul 2005 zlib 1.2.3 All tested installations have the same problems... Clients at Linux machines do not show the describes problem. Contents in the repository (/trunc/): ~17000 files in 3500 directories --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For additional commands, e-mail: email@example.comReceived on Sun Mar 18 12:56:06 2007
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