Kevin Radke wrote:
>>>> (For me the transaction then fails on files >2G with an apache 413
>>>> Request Entity Too Large
>>>> error, but I get the same error with the command line client and our
>>>> solaris server, so
>>>> this particular 413 error probably isn't TortoiseSVN related. And
>>>> the svn:// protocol
>>>> works fine too. Still debugging this one...)
>>> Best guess for that failure: your apr library on the server is not
>>> compiled with large file support.
>> I can't say what the apache.org and svn zip for windows is compiled
>> with, but my Solaris version most definitely has large file support
>> enabled. But I'll triple check, just to be sure. Thanks for the
>> extra set of eyes on this.
> Oh, and I can commit a single transaction larger that 4G (largest I
> have is 21G), just
> any one file (after it has been compressed by svn) within that transaction has
> to be less that 4G...
Well, a transaction does not translate in a file in your repository of
the same size. But a file does influence the files in your repository.
Search the Subversion mailing list: there are a lot of reports about
this kind of error, and I think I've also seen reports that Solaris
doesn't come with large-file support enabled by default for the apr library.
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Received on 2008-09-19 20:15:53 CEST