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Re: cvs2svn.py takes long but sleeps?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-01-30 15:38:15 CET

Kai Bartels <kaba@picturesafe.de> writes:
> (sorry for the provocating subject, it's short that way ;^) )
> cvs2svn.py is running for about 24h now on a P4 2.4G here on our tiny
> 2.1G cvs repository :^) . I don't know which pass it is doing right now,
> output lines look like this:
> committing: Tue Jan 15 13:50:45 2002, over 3 seconds
> As it is still in Jan 2002 I expect some more days of work. :^(
> What appears strange to me is that the process is using nearly no CPU
> time (~2%) nor does it seem to do disk or net IO (cvs repository is mounted
> via nfs). In other words: I wonder why cvs2svn.py isn't using the ressources
> of the machine...
> Any thoughts on this? What is the fact I forgot about?

Wow, no idea -- never seen this one before. You don't normally have
performance problems over this NFS share?

What version of cvs2svn is it? Check for a line like:

   # $LastChangedRevision: 8542 $

near the top of the file.

Is the directory in which you're running cvs2svn also mounted via NFS?
cvs2svn uses many, many tmp files as it works, including some dbm
files. Could that be relevant?


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