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Re: Probs with working dir on net shared drive

From: Jeff Lasslett <jeff.lasslett_at_datataker.com.au>
Date: 2004-04-19 09:03:41 CEST

Branko Čibej wrote:

> It's not a Subversion bug. There's not much SVN can do if you have a
> flaky network connection or file server.

Fair enough. However there is no *known* flakiness with either of the machines
involved, or the network. Bear in mind that checkouts work fine if I'm sitting
at the file server and I don't use the network drive mapping. If I'm at my
workstation though, then it would be nice if I could checkout to the fileserver,
and to do that I need to use the network drive mapping.

> It's also possible that the
> network delays are making the existing Win filesystem race conditions
> worse.

There are race conditions within the NTFS code that are known about publicly?

> You say both your repository server and your file server are
> Win2k machines. What kind of filesystem are you using?



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