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Re: cvs2svn.py takes long but sleeps?

From: Ron Bieber <ron_at_bieberlabs.com>
Date: 2004-02-01 14:56:53 CET

I've had this happen to me as well. It will sit on a particular commit
for an extended period of time and the process is sleeping.

My environment is a 1.2ghz Dell Workgroup Server running RedHat 7.3.
No NFS shares or anything like that were used -- all disks were local.
I've had the conversion running for up to 2 weeks without the process
finishing. .

-- Ron

On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 07:34, Kai Bartels wrote:
> Hi *!
> (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?
> regards, Kai

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