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Commit stuck during network failure

From: Paul Smith <psmith_at_gurutechnologies.net>
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2013 12:43:25 -0800 (PST)

Our SVN repositories are accessed through an internal network. The last couple of days we have been having issues with the internal network going down unexpectedly.

I try to commit only when I think the network is up, but then the commit gets stuck on "Sending content, X Bytes transferred, at 0 Bytes/s" and I find that the network is down again. I try to click cancel, but, no mater how long the dialog sits, it won't respond until the network goes back up.

I once got a connection time-out error, but that happened almost right away, so I'm thinking the connection must be getting interrupted *after* the commit dialog has already established a connection.

My TortoiseSNV-related issue here is that interrupted connections are not being recognized (and timing out instead sitting forever) and the Cancel button does not work in these circumstances.


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Received on 2013-01-05 21:58:02 CET

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