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svn consumes all memory

From: Lukas Ruf <ruf_at_rawip.org>
Date: 2004-04-29 22:28:36 CEST

Dear all,

I have several large projects with huge files within svn that I would
like to checkout again.

However, svn does not proceed as I would expect but consumes nearly
all memory and ends without any notice.

top reports

10446 ruf 25 0 522m 370m 7460 R 99.5 41.9 241:51.21 svn

I am using svn on a Linux 2.6.5 box (client & repository):

    svn, version 1.0.2 (r9423)
        compiled Apr 27 2004, 17:31:38

    apache 2.0.49-1

    debian unstable (latest updates installed).

I access all the repository only via https.

svn stops after approx. 620MB -- the repostiory (du -h) reports 702MB.
I exported the cvs tree and imported the data into svn. The export
contains 2.2GB?

- Does svn write any logs anywhere that are human-readable?
- Is there any way to easily check the files in the repository against
  the cvs-exported ones?

Thanks for any help!


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