This belongs on the users@ list. It is not about the development of
When you repost to users@, you should probably explain why you think rsync
bringing your disk usage to 100% is a question for the Subversion community
On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 3:15 PM, Mohsin <mohsinchandia_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Good Day SVN Experts,
> I recently upgraded svn v 1.8.9 to v 1.8.10 from Linux OS to Solaris OS.
> Linux machine was desktop machine with low specs and Solaris machine is
> T1000 server class machine. Now issue we faced is when we start rsync from
> Solaris machine disk usage of machine goes to 100 % and machine goes to un
> responsive mode while on previous Linux machine we have not faced any
> This thing is very strange for me because svn should work properly on
> Solaris machine because that machine have better specs but result is
> opposite. One thing which we have changed on Solaris machine is the
> structure of repositories; on previous server path for repos was /u/ ,
> /us/local , /usr/wb etc but on new Solaris server we have merged all
> repositories on one path which is /u/ should this can cause the disk usage
> to 100 % because now data is fetching from one path; or there is another
> issue. Can someone shed light on this issue.
> Mohsin Abbas
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Received on 2014-12-10 21:26:03 CET