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Re: svnsync crashes on a huge commit

From: Anatoly Zapadinsky <zapadinsky_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 18:08:18 +0400

>> > Does the memory usage already build up while transmitting the
>> > data (i.e. while the dots are being shown) or mainly during the
>> > commit stage, i.e. the during short delay after the last dot and
>> > the "Committed revision xyz" message?
>> On transmitting data stage. During the commit almost no additional
>> memory is allocated.
> So, it depends on the number of changes in a revision and / or
> combined size of the changed nodes. Could you try running a
> local replication, i.e. from file:// to file:// or svn:// to file:// ?
> That way, we could rule out peculiarities of http and the serf lib.

I've tried to mirror the local chromium mirror using file:// protocol
and it works fine, less than 40Mb was allocated. I can't try svn://
protocol I have no permission to access chromium project and we have
no such server at work. If you will not be able to reproduce it on
windows I can request read only permission to chromium project...
Received on 2013-07-18 16:08:50 CEST

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