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SVN Commit Failed For Data larger Than 2 GB [How To Resole]

From: Mohsin Abbas <mohsinchandia_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2014 03:25:58 +0500

Good Day Team,

I am using Subversion 1.8.9 server on linux OS and tortoise SVN client
at windows. When I try to commit data larger then 2+ GB my commit
failed. I have put question on users_at_subversion.apache.org group but
no fruit full solution I got. I tried to google on different websites
they provided below solution :

1 : Set LimitRequestBody to 0 in the server side httpd.conf file.

But Apache Web server ( Apache 2.2.24 ) allows 2 GB only max limit for
data in HTTP request. Now tell me how can I commit files which having
size more than 2 GB ? How can I increase limit in apache webserver
more than 2 GB ? OR I assume that we can not commit data more than 2
GB because svn not allows us for this ?

Mohsin Abbas
Received on 2014-09-26 07:04:55 CEST

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