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Re: SVN serve memory usage

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-08 15:42:33 CEST

mark_round@ipcmedia.com wrote:

>>How about telling us what version of svnserve you're using? ISTR
> that
>>bugs like this were fixed recently.
> I am using 1.0.5 server and client.

There should be no memory ceiling; there's nothing in svnserve's design
that should cause to grow at all -- even a linearly -- when committing
thousands of files. (ghudson, correct me if I'm wrong, but httpd
doesn't ever get larger than 6MB or so when committing thousands of
files, so I don't see why svnserve should.)

Looking at commit logs within the 'svnserve' source directory, I don't
see anything about fixing svnserve memleaks.

How would we go about reproducing this? Just put 5000 files in a single
directory and commit them to svnserve?

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