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Re: svnserve -X doesn't really work

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2007-08-10 01:58:14 CEST

On 8/9/07, Dan Christian <dchristian@google.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to understand some weird write performance in fsfs.
>
> So I fire up svnserve -X --listen-host localhost -r ~/local/svnrepo
>
> However, the client can't really get anywhere. I get:
> svn import -m test ~/tmp/margin.el svn://localhost/m6
> svn: Can't connect to host 'localhost': Connection refused
>
> Someone suggested that the client is making multiple connections, but
> svnserve is exits after the first. Is there any way to make the client use
> just the one connection?
>
> How can get a svnserve that works with gdb?

I've usually used threaded svnserve's with the --foreground switch,
i.e. something like:

svnserve --foreground -T --listen-host localhost -r ~/local/svnrepo

As you've found, -X is largely useless for debugging with a svn client
for many commands, it's more useful if you're just typing raw commands
in via telnet or something, but that's a pain in the ass for most
people.

-garrett

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