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

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-03 07:26:52 CET

On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 17:08:45 -0800, Garrick Olson
<garrick.olson@aceva.com> wrote:

> >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).
> These symptoms do not seem (to me) to be consistent with a server
> problem.

I think you got me wrong here: I didn't say it was a _server_ problem
but a Subversion problem (Subversion != Server). TSVN uses the
Subversion API to do all repository connections. And if you look at
our code, you can see that before each call to a 'repo connectioin'
function we create a separate subpool which we destroy shortly
afterwards. And by destroying the subpool, the network connections
_should_ close too. If they don't, then my guess is that Subversion
somehow stores the connections in the global pool???


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