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Commit hangs on "Sending Content"

From: Keith Lafortune <klafortune_at_rmccorp.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2009 16:59:42 -0800 (PST)

Whenever I attempt a Commit through Visual Studio 2005/VisualSVN, the TortoiseSVN pop-up window hangs on the "Sending content" step. The commit is tiny-- just a change to a web.config file.

If I close the TortoiseSVN Commit pop-up and open the Repo-browser, I see that my change was actually committed.

But, I'm stuck in a loop of following the suggestions of the prompts: update my working copy of the web.config (it's out of date); run cleanup (there's a lock on the parent directory); Make another change to the working copy of the website, and it sticks on "Sending content" again).

This was working fine up until about 2 days ago, when (if I recall correctly) the issue began just after I killed a hung .exe that was running as part of a post-commit hook.

So, desired behavior would be that the Commit pop-up successfully completes.

Undesired behavior is that the Commit pop-up hangs on "Sending content" and leaves the parent directory in a locked/conflicted state.

Some vitals: locally, I'm running XP Professional. The server where the repository resides is running Windows 2003 Server and Subversion 1.6.6 (r40053). The project I'm working with is a C#/ASP.Net 2.0 Website. I'm using Visual Studio 2005 and VisualSVN 1.7.7.

Thanks in advance for your any help you can give.


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