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Timeout problems on large directory

From: Jamie Norrish <Jamie.Norrish_at_vuw.ac.nz>
Date: 2004-04-27 01:48:16 CEST

The following issue has been partially covered before on the mailing list, but none of the proposed solutions have worked.

Running subversion 1.0, with a repository strings file size of over 1GB, issuing svn update on a directory which contains (mostly in subdirectories) thousands of files (about 700MB total) results in a "timed out waiting for server" message. The server is running on the same machine, the http-timeout in the servers files is set to 6000 seconds and http-compression is set to no, the version of Apache is 2.0.48, and the Location section of httpd.conf has a "BrowserMatch .* no-gzip" directive. The machine has a 2.4GHz processor and 1GB of RAM.

What else do I need to do to make Subversion workable? Is there any debugging approach, as it were, which might yield more useful information to help solve the problem?

Received on Tue Apr 27 01:48:46 2004

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