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Re: "Insufficient space" error while diffing local mods

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-02-27 10:35:39 CET

Concerning Re: "Insufficient space" error whil
Ben Collins-Sussman wrote on 26 Feb 2004, 7:18, at least in part:

> On Thu, 2004-02-26 at 04:41, Jan Hendrik wrote:
> > The server is 0.34,
> Why don't you upgrade the server to 1.0? Lots of bugs, including
> mod_dav_svn memory fixes, have been fixed in the last 3 months.

Sure, Ben, that's what I want, with an install as clean as Windows
Uninstall allows, with a dump/load into a pristine new repos, but I
can't compile myself and also have to find the time what will
happen only next week - my days have just 24 hours! If folks here
have not deleted the repos till next week that is. Else I am out of
luck anyway. No backup would help against such a fact. I really
didn't expect help on this from you at this time. Just as said:
without Francois' report I would not have come to the list again with
this at all as it seems to be something non-obvious, machine-
specific, not in the sense of faulty hardware, but a combination of
hardware a/o software as such. I don't expect that there will be a
solution in the sense of the word. It might go away by chance
sometime without anyone knowing why. That's what I thought had
happened with 0.34 and why I was just so glad that 0.34 worked,
not once, but for about two months. Just like some weeks ago
TSVN refused for two days in a row to commit from one specific
folder. The commandline had no problems at all and TSVN hadn't
neither before and since. Perhaps something in the commit
resembled an illegal command for TSVN. Or the date interfered ... I
am hoping for the best!

Jan Hendrik

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     Freedom is the right to question and change
     the established way of doing things.
     It is the continuous revolution of the marketplace,
     and the understanding that allows us to recognize shortcomings
     and seek solutions.
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