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svn bug with HUGE files

From: Robert Guthrie <rguthrie_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-07-15 23:01:42 CEST

I had a file in a directory that was 12,162,160,632 bytes in a directory
where I have svn:ignore set to '*'. The property doesn't have anything
to do with it, except that I would think that ignored files couldn't
affect svn stat and other svn commands. But it does.

$ svn stat
svn: Can't read directory 'tempdir': Partial results are valid but
processing is incomplete

After delete the file, svn stat gives me nothing, as expected, as it's a
test repository with 3 directories all commited to the repository and no
files.

So Really big files seem to make svn choke, even if they're not supposed
to be handled by svn.

Should I file this as a bug, or did I miss it in my search?

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