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Re: SVN/NFS interaction issues

From: David Burley <burley_at_sourceforge.net>
Date: 2007-04-16 16:09:16 CEST


This issue appears to be that reported in these places:


Thus, I believe this is an issue that really is out of bounds for the
SVN developers unless someone feels compelled to implement a workaround.
If I have time this week I'll check and see if the noac mount flag fixes
the issue to verify that the issue we are running into is the same, but
from what I've read this weekend, I have no reason to believe they are not.

Thank you,


C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> David Burley wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> My name is David Burley and I am the Quality of Service Analyst for
>> SourceForge.net. We recently replaced our project shell servers with new
>> ones, running an upgraded Linux 2.6.X kernel, etc. from the 2.4 series.
>> Since then, checkouts of SVN repositories from our SVN servers fail if
>> done to a local directory residing on an NFS mount. If done to a local
>> directory on the server (say, /tmp), the checkout succeeds without
>> issue. The SVN commands used in both cases are identical, and this is
>> very reproduceable.
>> maxb on #svn-dev recommended I post this issue here.
>> Anyone seen this before or have an idea of what's going on? Please CC me
>> in any responses as I am not a list member.
> Hey, David. Does strace()ing the checkouts reveal anything of interest? Do
> you still have an older 2.4-kernel-having box around with which you could
> compare strace() output?

David Burley
Quality of Service Analyst, SourceForge.net
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