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TortoiseSVN Hang bug

From: Erik Hyrkas <erik_at_granitegames.com>
Date: 2006-06-30 16:56:30 CEST

A reoccurring issue for us has been the commit hanging whenever we have a
lot of data.

We've seen this issue when committing 3 large files (256 megabytes each) and
when committing 256 average size files (1 megabyte each.)

What occurs is: it works from one file to the next at a reasonable rate
(likely limited only by network bandwidth.) It will get all the way to the
last file, but never seems to finish committing that last file.

If I restart my machine, delete the folder and do an update on the folder
one level higher, it will correctly do the update (creating the folder I
deleted and retrieve all of the files that I attempted to commit.) I
haven't verified whether the last file is corrupt yet.

I've left it sit on the last file for as long as 24 hours. Since the other
files (which are the same size) finished in very reasonable and expected
rates, it is likely that Tortoise is hung. It doesn't seem to be using
almost any CPU or network bandwidth once it is hung.

Any help would be appreciated.
Received on Fri Jun 30 16:58:12 2006

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