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Re: Bug with log caching?

From: <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.de>
Date: 2007-10-29 00:01:04 CET

"Andreas Nicolai" <Andreas.Nicolai@gmx.net> wrote on 28.10.2007 22:06:49:

> Hi there,
> I don't know if this is a known problem, but here's what happens on my
> machine:
> I open the log for the KDE repository
> (svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/), it shows the first 200
> I press the button "Next 200" once, and the logs bar moves very quickly
> (probably cached data is loaded) but the bar is stuck for a moment at
> percent and I get an error message: "Connection closed unexpectedly" and
> the log shows 399 revisions. Then the next press of "Next 200" gives an
> exception, something in crypto... Didn't write down the message and I
> cannot reproduce it always, it only happens rarely - but it happens :-(

I "kind of" could reproduce this behavior: just disconnect while the
progress bar is moving (e.g. SVN is transmitting data).

It seems like the SVN connection info sometimes gets reset internally
in that case and will not be reestablished again. From what I have seen,
this has little to do with log caching per se. Maybe there is way to
"resurrect" the connection (svn_client_ctx_t *context in CSVNLogQuery)
object. Cache info etc. seems to be intact and closing + re-opening
the dialog fixes the issue.

But I am not sure that this is the same problem you encountered.

> If the error occurs next, I'll check where the exception is exactly.

Yes, it would be nice if there was more definitive info.

-- Stefan^2.

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