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RE: Re: Nightlies crash on update

From: Daniel Klima <danklima_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2010 06:53:06 -0700 (PDT)

> Hi,
> On 2010-08-02 14:09, Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I'm having problems with a number of the latest nightlies.
> > TortoiseProc.exe crashes on big updates. A cleanup and re-execution of
> > the update command (sometimes needed multiple times in a row) fixes
> > the problem.
> I have same problem (I'm getting crazy about it). As I understand from
> Stephan other post this some neon related issue. However not all servers
> is under my control. Even my server are stock compiled.
> It is getting worse if you have externals and it crash there, then
> cleaning main folder won't help - you have to clean correct ext. This
> offen happen even on TSVN sources !
> > What more information can I provide to diagnose this problem?
> > Hans-Emil
> >
> Oto

Other way.Crash is in libserf in client, while neon is second library doing same job as libserf (HTTP communication with server) and which is far more stable and better handles rarer server configs.

As for "servers" configuration files it is client side Subversion file which can modify connection settings on per-group/per-server basis. And there is section for general settings for all connections.

File it self is in <User directory>/AppData/(Roaming)/Subversion
-(Roaming) is applicable only for Win Vista and 7
File itself has comments about settings and usage.

If needed I can attach my own.(I made only two changes to it...)

Hope it help.


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