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RE: SVN serve memory usage

From: <mark_round_at_ipcmedia.com>
Date: 2004-07-08 15:46:03 CEST

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

It's actually 15,219 plain text files that are being committed (I'm
ignoring all binary files like images, executables etc.). I'll give it a
go at some point on a test repository, just in case it was a "one-off"
error. I just really don't want to try it again on my live repository,
due to the corruption issues.


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