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RE: SVN serve memory usage

From: <mark_round_at_ipcmedia.com>
Date: 2004-07-08 14:44:30 CEST

> How about telling us what version of svnserve you're using? ISTR
> bugs like this were fixed recently.

I am using 1.0.5 server and client.

I suspect from browsing further back through the mailing archives, I may
simply be hitting a memory ceiling. I found a post from a Jan Hendrik,
who said that :-

"Perforce btw suggests 1.5 KB RAM per file or 150 MB sufficient for
100,000 files."

Assuming Subversion uses memory in a similar fashion, my 128Mb box is
just too puny to handle what we're throwing at it - and when the box
itself becomes unstable, it's no surprise that I see repository errors.

Still, if anyone has any concrete figures on svnserve memory usage, I
would appreciate it - this way, I can plan how much extra memory we need
to install.

Thanks again,


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