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RE: [TSVN] Trouble using the Import command

From: Kevin M. Green <kevin.green_at_smooware.com>
Date: 2005-03-27 18:23:06 CEST

Thank you for the quick response.

You wrote:
> This error message is thrown by the subversion server. You might have
> more luck asking for support on the Subversion mailing list
> (users@subversion.tigris.org).

I tried the svn client running on the server itself.
I encountered the same problem when I used the 'svn://'
syntax to identify the repository.
The import worked when I used the 'file:///' syntax.
I will post this issue with the SubVersion project.

You wrote:
> That said: It seems that either your server runs out of memory or your
> harddrive has some bad sectors. So you can try
> - run chkdsk on your server to make sure there aren't any bad sectors
> - open the process explorer (Ctrl-Shift-Esc) and watch the memory use on
your server
As far as I can tell it is not a machine related issue.
Disk is OK, Memory usage OK - CPU usage did hit 100% but it would go up and

> You might also want to split the import into several commits:
> - import *only* the main dir structure (i.e. /trunk /branches /tags).
> - check out from trunk a working copy
> - add all the files to the working copy
> - commit your working copy
I will follow this advice - Thanks.


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Received on Sun Mar 27 18:22:32 2005

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