Checkouts of some SVN repositories dying using TortoiseSVN 1.8.x
From: Keith Stone <keith.stone_at_vauto.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2013 10:46:24 -0700 (PDT)
I’ve come across a problem that’s reproducible with at least two people here, possibly more. I checked all of your online resources and could find nothing pertaining to this problem. I also spent a couple of hours on the web searching for anyone who had seen this problem before, without success.
We’re trying to perform a check out of a 65MB Subversion repository. In all cases, SVN Checkout is used. The URL of the Subversion repository is confirmed each time, as is the destination on the Windows disk.
• Using version 22.214.171.12457, there were no problems
• I upgraded to 126.96.36.19901, removed the repository I had just checked out from the Windows disk, and repeated the checkout operation. It failed. After a reboot and another try, it failed again.
• I upgraded to 188.8.131.5270, removed the directories I had just tried to load the repository into, and tried to do another checkout. It also failed. A reboot and another try yielded the same result.
• I uninstalled 1.8.1, rebooted, and installed 1.7.13 again. The checkout worked fine when I went back.
The error message on the client side with the 1.8.x TortoiseSVN clients was:
I also checked the httpd error_log on the SVN server. There were two errors reported:
So the problem is only occurring with the 1.8.x versions. The Subversion server is running version 1.8.1
Thanks in advance,
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