On Tue, 2008-06-17 at 19:17 +0300, Kari Grano wrote:
> [Resending original mail seng on June 16th - for some reason, it never
> appeared on the list]
Thanks for the report.
Your email did appear on the list on 16 June, but nobody replied.
It will help very much if you can show us a transcript, meaning copy and
paste the actual commands and the output that Subversion prints.
> Hi Subversion devs,
> I've recently stumbled into a problem trying to perform a largish merge
> using TortoiseSVN 1.5.0-RC3 (see
> http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn/archive-2008-06/0192.shtml). The problem appeared to
> be twofold: first of all, TSVN was merging very slowly compared to the SVN
> command-line client. This issue is being dealt with by Stefan Küng. The
> other problem is that SVN merge is acting in a way I don't understand.
> Specifically, it seems that the speed and outcome of
> svn merge --accept postpone -r A:B URL
> svn merge --accept postpont -r A:A1 -r A2:A3 ... -r An:B URL
> differ quite a lot. In my testcase the range A:B is non-contiguous with
> about 60 subranges (A:A1, A2:A3, ..., An:B). The first command runs very
> fast (about 40 seconds) and correctly to the end. The second case runs
> slowly (about 5 minutes) and ends in an error.
> I can somewhat understand the speed problem, but shouldn't the outcomes of
> the two commands be the same? The subranges in question represent all the
> relevant revisions on 'URL', ie. there is no reverse cherry picking or
> anything like that going on (in fact, the ranges have been obtained by using
> the TSVN log output for 'URL').
> The error I'm getting in the second case is
> Error: In directory 'd:\va88\uit\libs'
> Error: Error processing command 'append' in 'd:\va88\uit\libs'
> Error: Missing 'dest' attribute in 'd:\va88\uit\libs'
> Error: Error reading spooled REPORT request response
> This happens when about 27 submerges have been performed. I have no idea
> what 'append' or 'dest' mean here.
> I ran both tests using the 1.5.0-rc9 command line client for Windows. The
> server and repositories are using SVN 1.4.3 on Apache 2.0.59. Serf is not
> in use. The access protocol is http.
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Received on 2008-06-19 10:12:55 CEST