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Re: SVN actions hang in Eclipse using Subclipse

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-13 14:42:11 CET

joe.moore@gmail.com wrote on 12/13/2005 01:31:56 AM:

> We are having some problems using Subclipse with our new SVN server;
> any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> The major symptom is the Eclipse process for SVN actions hanging when
> using Subclipse for just about anything: checkout, update, commit,
> even simple repository exploring. Sometimes it works great,
> committing large transitions and lots of files, other times it gets
> stuck updating negligible changes, seemingly without any pattern.
> Eclipse is still functional but the SVN action attempted just spins
> and spins; the process can't be canceled and terminating Eclipse via
> the Task Manager is the only solution. No stack trace or other info
> appears in .metadata/.log.
> Subclipse Setup:
> - JavaSVN
> - access via svn+ssh
> - have used versions 0.9.37 and 0.9.101. We did get the NPE often
> with commits with 0.9.37, but I guess that bug was well known.

Try performing some of the options using the svn command line and see if
you get different behavior. When we run a Subversion action, we are
mostly just firing off an API call. What happens next is out of our
control. All we can control is which API's we use and the instructions we
give to the API.

I do not use SSH myself so that is what I would like to blame. It sounds
like something is getting hung up during the conversation.


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Received on Wed Dec 14 00:42:11 2005

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