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DB recovery

From: Brett Wooldridge <brettw_at_riseup.com>
Date: 2004-02-28 06:12:03 CET

I need some help, I think.

We had a user initiate a large import into subversion (when they
intended to perform
a checkout). One of the engineers killed the import, which left the DB
in an inconsistent

Our build guy is running 'svnadmin recover' on the repository, but I am
concerned, because
even though it says it can take quite a few minutes, it's been running
for over 6 hours now.
I have no idea whether this is normal or not, and whether we can expect
it to complete in
our lifetimes or not. Our repository is ~4.5G in size and has several
hundred meg of logs.
Is it replaying *all* of the logs, or just the last few transactions?
Does subversion 'checkpoint'
the berkeley DB periodically (or regularly?).

Thanks in advance for your help.

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