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Re: show log never returns

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-13 21:26:43 CEST

Troy Bull wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> Troy Bull wrote:
>>> I have a repository that has quite a few projects in it. It works
>>> well except when I try to do a show log or revision graph it never
>>> returns. When i do it and watch the machine with top I see an httpd
>>> process (or two) taking up all the CPU. My url I use to access my
>>> repository is of the form:
>>
>> This clearly is a server problem. You should ask on the Subversion
>> mailing list (users at subversion.tigris.org).
>>
> No, it isnt, I asked there, but since then I have been able to verify
> that svn log reponame works from the command line, only tortoisesvn
> bombs out.

Sorry to disappoint you, but I know it's a server problem (or you
haven't told the truth). You said that the *server* process is consuming
all the CPU time.

Try an
svn log -v
not just an 'svn log'. Because that's what TSVN does. And of course: use
the same version of the command line client as the TSVN version is
linked against.

Stefan

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