On 12/5/06, Daniel Serodio (lists) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Bart Allen wrote:
> > I hope I am not replicating a previous issue, but it either isn't
> > posted, or I don't know where to look.
> > When initially adding in large projects into subversion using subclipse,
> > eclipse completely freezes.
> > When breaking it up into smaller segments I worked.
> > I then went into Eclipse Preferences Team>SVN>Console and unchecked
> > Limit console output
> > And everything works now. It appears as though when the console output
> > reaches it's limited buffer size, the whole process stops, not just the
> > console output.
> > Not only that, but there doesn't appear to be a graceful way to exit out
> > of the situation -- you can't cancel the subversion process and eclipse
> > is unresponsive as a whole. Snapping the eclipse process and restarting
> > puts you in a situation where the resources in your checked out project
> > are now out of sync with the server.
> > I tested adding/committing a project to the repository with the limit on
> > at the default (500000) and it freezes the whole system. You might
> > think that it is just that the output isn't going, so you think it is
> > frozen -- but it really does freeze. An hour later, eclipse is still
> > locked up (top shows it tacking the processor).
> > When I test adding/committing the same project to the repository with
> > the limit off, I get no problems and the entire add/commit/transfer
> > process took about 10 minutes.
> > I am using eclipse 3.2.0 and subclipse 1.1.8.
> > I don't know if this is what is expected behavior for everyone else, but
> > it wasn't for me.
> Which SVN interface are you using, SvnKit (former JavaSVN) or JavaHL ?
> switching the provider make any difference about this problem?
> Mark can give you the authoritative answer, but AFAIK, this is not a known
> problem. If he doesn't chime in, I'd advise you to file an issue.
It seemed like the problem was more likely in whatever code exists in the
Console to track the amount of content. I haven't done any of that code so
I did not comment initially. I doubt it has to do with the adapter based on
what the O.P. described.
I think Brock wrote the console code. Anyone would be free to examine it.
Received on Tue Dec 5 20:59:10 2006