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> He additionally reports that this is reproducible not only with
> 1.5.1, but with Debian's build of 1.6.9. (That mail is probably in
> the moderation queue now.)
thank you Peter! (To me, this is the first indication that someone
actually noticed my attempts to tie that bug down where you folks can
Peter refers to my attempt to ask the Debian bug tracking system to
forward my Debian bug report to this list. Nice try on my part... As
that doesn't look like it's getting anywhere, here comes a manual copy.
The new information in a nutshell:
* Reproducible with Debian's unstable "1.6.9dfsg-1" version, as Peter
* In all my experiments thus far, the client always has been Ubuntu's
Below comes the whole story as available in the Debian bug tracking
system. Basically, this is a summary of what I know at this point.
Turn to http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=571457 to
follow Debian developments.
So far, so good. As for me, I intent to sit back and relax until
either someone asks me for further information or else until I receive
clearance to introduce this to Subversion's bug tracking system.
Regards, and thank you all for providing fine software,
I have a subversion repository with a single revision, consisting of a
single roughly 10 MB file with random data.
I use svnserve to serve that repository.
I use a client to access the svnserve over the network, via "svn co".
(The client happens to be Ubuntu's 1.6.5dfsg-1ubuntu1, in case that
The server is an openvz guest. When, on the corresponding host, I set
vzctl set NNN --tcpsndbuf 415k:715k
or lower (my guess is the first number is the one that matters), the
checkout starts, there is some initial network traffic, but then
svnserve starts to eat up all CPU cycles it can get and no further
progress is made, until I kill the svnserve process manually on the
server. Just killing the client does not seem to stop the waste of CPU
cycles on the server.
When I increase the tcpsndbuf above that value, there is no problem.
However, when I check in a much larger file into the repository (I do
that directly, using file:/// - access), and try to check out again
(using svnserve), the problem reappears.
This is quite reproducibly, with svnserve as a standalone daemon as well
as svnserve running under inetd. For the latter case, I made no precise
experiments about the --tcpsndbuf numbers.
This is the summary. I have written three mails yesterday and today to
the dev_at_subversion.apache.org mailing list, but have not received any
answers there yet. There is lots of nitty-gritty background information
in those mails, which, hopefully, you'll be able to find here:
Regards, and thank you for providing fine software,
P.S.: I ask the Debian bug tracking system to forward a copy of this
mail to the SVN dev mailing list. This contains two pieces of
information not available in my previous mails to that list:
* The bug is reproducible with the latest subversion software version I
can easily install, short of compiling myself.
* The client I'm using is, and always has been, 1.6.5dfsg-1ubuntu1. I
think I misquoted it to be 1.5 in one of my earlier mails. I apologize
if this caused any confusion!
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