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Re: svndumpfilter failing / memory pressure

From: Chris Freeze <cfreeze_at_cfreeze.com>
Date: 2004-03-18 03:30:10 CET

C. Michael Pilato wrote:

>>I'm working on a fairly large dump file of a repository (6gigs) that
>>has a huge (about 400meg) vendor import on a particular commit
>>revision. svndumpfilter dies on processing this commit from what looks

> Are you sure that the memory usage is related to the size of the
> revision, and not the number of dropped paths or dropped revisions or

The revision number printed is #3, and I've tracked that commit down to
the vendor import. The branching/merging didn't happen till much later.

> something else? Also, have you tried using svndumpfilter from the
> Subversion /trunk HEAD? I've made a few memory-related enhancements
> there in recent weeks.

I've haven't tried HEAD yet, but might get a chance this weekend.

Chris Freeze           Email: cfreeze@alumni.clemson.edu
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