Re: Update hangs after ~150 files
Mike Norman wrote:
> On WinXP(SP3), using TortoiseSVN 1.5.9 (Build 15518) to connect to a
> remote SVN server (1.4.0 r21228) thru our corporate firewall via
> putty configured with the usual ssh port (22) and the settings for
> our HTTP proxy. Client access is configured to use TortoisePlink
> C:\Documents and Settings\mnorman\Application Data\Subversion\config:
> ### This file configures various client-side behaviors. ssh =
> C:\\Program Files\\TortoiseSVN\\bin\\TortoisePlink.exe -l minorman
> -pw nnnnn
> Update/checkout operations tends to hang if they are 'large' - around
> 150 files. Once the hang occurs, the operation doesn't recover on its
> own - either the window must be closed or the TortoisePlink process
> killed from TaskManager.
> The HTTP proxy is a very heavily-used machine - is TortoiseSVN doing
> a lot of 'chatty' short i/o operations? Are there any timeouts that
> can be configured?
> The 1.4 version of TortoiseSVN didn't seem to have this problem - is
> it the mis-match between client and server?
Try using the original plink instead of TortoisePlink - there might be
an error message plink writes to stdout/stderr which TortoisePlink won't
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Received on 2009-06-25 17:54:59 CEST
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