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Re: ISSUE: "To many open files" not being logged by master server when sync fails.

From: Philip Martin <philip.martin_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 11:41:32 +0100

Kenneth Miles <kmiles_at_voyagergaming.com> writes:

>> I'm still not able to reproduce the bug. Which version of svnserve are
>> you running? If you do:
>>
>> svnadmin create ...
>> svnsync init ...
>> svnsync sync ...
>>
>> to get a fail and then you repeat
>>
>> svnsync sync ...
>>
>> does it fail a second time? If it fails a second time that indicates a
>> problem with that one revision, otherwise it may be a problem that
>> accumulates over multiple revisions.
>>
>> When you say:
>>
>> "There are 1054 file adds and 1054 property changes on those files."
>>
>> are those simple adds, or are they copies? Are they all in one dir or
>> spread out over multiple dirs?
>
> The problem replicates when i create a new repository and init and sync.
>
> The files are simple adds ( *.png ) and they are in 2 directories.

You didn't answer the question about a second run. After

  svnadmin create ...
  svnsync init ...
  svnsync sync ...

does another

  svnsync sync ...

fail?

I still can't reproduce it. Can you come up with a complete recipe?
Which version of Subversion are you using?

Are there other changes in that revision as well as the new files? Your
strace shows old revs file being opened, a revision that simply adds
files would not read old revision files.

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Received on 2012-05-21 12:42:11 CEST

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