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Re: [TSVN] commit to svnserve repository hangs win2K server

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-10-12 19:30:09 CEST

Ken Barker wrote:

> I had svn running on a win2k server being served by Apache. For
> political reasons, I must move away from Apache ("or find another job"
> as Mr. Reinhardt says). So I setup svnserve in a batch file which is
> running as a FireDaemon service.

Ask that Mr. Reinhardt how much he gets from M$ and request half of that.

> Meanwhile, on my laptop, I upgrade to 1.1.0 TSVN, used the relocate
> command to point to the new svn:// URL. Browsed the repository
> without any issues. Later that day, I made my first commit against
> this new configuration. The commit was successful and performed very
> quickly.
> This commit I believe caused the system to hang. I was unable to
> terminal service into the server or view webpages served from it.
> After rebooting, I found the following message in the event log
> "The server was unable to allocate from the system nonpaged pool
> because the pool was empty."
> Has anyoneelse experienced anything like this? I know I made too many
> changes at one time.

Check the file permissions of the repository. The svnserve process must
have write access to them.
Also, you should check if one of the pre/post-commit-hook scripts didn't
write more than 4096 bytes to the output stream. There's a bug somewhere
in the Subversion code which makes such outputs fail (check their issue
tracker, there's an issue for that but I don't know the number).


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