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Re: svn consumes all memory

From: Lukas Ruf <ruf_at_rawip.org>
Date: 2004-05-03 20:05:21 CEST

> Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> [2004-05-03 16:49]:
> >
> > I know I should not do this. However, for a bunch of other
> > repositories, there is no problem with that configuration.
> "There is no problem?" Allow me to quote the book:
> "If you attempt to use Berkeley DB on a network share, the results are
> unpredictable???you may see mysterious errors right away, or it may be
> months before you discover that your repository database is subtly
> corrupted."
> So you're working at your own risk here. Good luck.

Thanks for the wishes ;-)

> >
> > I copied the repository in question to the local disk and tried to
> > check out the stuff via https as usual -- without success. svn
> > started growing... Fortunately for me, I still have the original data
> > laying around.
> Sorry for the confusion here: you're talking about the svn *client*
> program growing huge, right?


> If so, is it possible for one of us to reproduce the problem? In other
> words, can you give us a URL to checkout/update, so we can try to
> witness/debug the problem firsthand?

the problem with that is that the repository in question contains data
which are not completely public...

I will re-create the repository on a local drive and check it again.


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