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Possible bug - Subversion using 310+ Mb RAM during commit

From: Francois Beausoleil <fbos_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2004-03-27 03:52:50 CET

Hi !

I was upgrading a vendor drop in my repository, and I happened to take a
look at the Windows Task Manager. I jumped when I noticed that the
svn.exe process was using 310+ Mb RAM...

The commit in question is a major modification to the WC. There were
2100 file modifications. These were composed in part of deletions and
additions, plus multiple modifications.

I'm using:
Windows XP SP1 fr-CA
Apache 2.0.48
svn, version 1.0.1 (dev build)
   compiled Mar 25 2004, 16:25:21

When I committed the next batch of modifications, I surveyed the svn.exe
process as it's memory usage slowly increased from a few Mb to over 245
Mb, again. The memory usage increased as svn was enumerating the files,
before "Transmitting file data".

Anyone else can confirm or deny this ?

Bye !
Developer of Java Gui Builder

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