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hook script blocks server

From: Dirk Hoffmann <dh.discuss_at_web.de>
Date: 2004-06-21 19:34:35 CEST


I'm working with subversion-1.0.4 on Linux and encountered the
phenomenon that when a hook script sends too much output to standard
error the http-server blocks.

The maximum possible length of the output is somewhere around 4096 chars
so I guess the server deadlocks due to a full pipe buffer.

So for now it's best to make sure your hook scripts do not send more
than 4096 chars to standard out.

I would like to see a warning in the subversion book.

Best regards

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Received on Mon Jun 21 19:36:01 2004

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