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Re: [TSVN] TortoiseSVN is not closing server connections in a timely manner

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-02 08:01:28 CET

On Wed, 1 Dec 2004 18:41:07 -0800, Garrick Olson
<garrick.olson@aceva.com> wrote:
> -- Steve King wrote:
> >Hmmm - I can't see that happening here. But maybe that's because I'm
> >using http instead of svn://.
> That does appear to be the case. If I run the same scenario using http
> everything seems to look fine. The connections disappear from the server
> process, and remain on the client side as "CLOSE_WAIT" (since my apache
> process does not send acks).
> >Are you sure that those connections really are open?
> Yes. Both the client process and server process show the connection as
> "ESTABLISHED". When the log dialog is closed, I see the connections on
> the server transition to "CLOSE_WAIT" before they disappear.

In that case, I suggest you report this to the subversion mailing
list. TSVN doesn't differ between protocolls - that's completely up to
the Subversion library. So they must do something different when using
the svn:// protocoll (not closing the connections).


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