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Re: Update Dialog downloading endlessly

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2009 21:01:40 +0100

2009/6/8 Robert Dailey <rcdailey_at_gmail.com>:
> Hey Stefan (And others),
> I'm having an issue that seems hard to provide information for, so please
> bear with me. More than likely you will end up requesting several types of
> information from me and ask me to perform certain steps. I'll be more than
> happy to provide any information necessary. Keep in mind that I cannot allow
> access to the repository for testing, unfortunately. This repository is
> owned by the company and they do not allow public access. This kind of sucks
> because it would be the best way of debugging the problem.
> Secondly, this might be a problem with subversion but I want to check here
> first before I proceed.
> There is a branch in our repo called Mico/trunk. Inside of trunk is about 30
> or so projects. I've done the following to check out only a small portion of
> trunk:
> Check out Mico/trunk with "This item only" (no children)
> Do a "Repository Browser" on the WC root (which is Mico/trunk) and
> CTRL+CLICK the items you want in the list view on the right. Out of the 30
> or so items, I think I have like 8 of them selected.
> Right click the multiple selections and click "Update this item to revision"
> and select "Fully recursive".
> The update dialog will appear, updating all of the items you selected.
> Once the update is done, right click on your root WC (Which is still
> Mico/trunk) and select Update...
> The update dialog will endlessly download data with no status lines
> appearing. I've gotten up to 2GB without any status before I canceled it.
> I have no idea why it continuously downloads, since there are no 2GB files
> in the repository, not even at Mico/trunk. I've attached a screenshot. This
> is about all of the information I can think to provide. If you need anything
> else please let me know.
> Note that I am using the latest nightly build as of right now.

I have to ask the obvious: have you tried doing the last update using
the command line client (1.6.2)?

What server version are you using, and which protocol?


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