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Questions/issues with revert & checkout

From: Auke Jilderda <auke.jilderda_at_philips.com>
Date: 2004-07-16 12:44:45 CEST

We've just started to try using Subversion at a rather big project so
our experience with SVN is not yet elaborate so bear with me. :-)

I just tried merging from one branch to the other but my connection to
the server happened to break somewhere halfway and SVN suddenly stopped,

    svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/medical/!svn/vcc/default'
    svn: REPORT of '/svn/medical/!svn/vcc/default': Could not read response
    body: Secure connection truncated

I assume this would leave my working environment in flux, with part of
the merge finished and part unfinished. Therefore, I tried an 'svn
revert' before re-trying the merge but now got quite a number of
'Skipped ...' messages. Seems to me the revert didn't quite revert to
exactly the same state as before the first merge? :-(

This not really being a confidence builder, I flushed my working
environment and am now checking out a fresh one which brings me to a
second issue: It takes quite a long time with the size of this archive
(around 200 MB), mostly because the checkout seems to halt every once in
a while, leaving the machine doing absolutely nothing (that is, neither
processing, disk access, nor network traffic). It typically takes a
couple of mins before it resumes. Any ideas what could be the matter


Auke Jilderda, Philips Research, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
e-mail: auke.jilderda@philips.com, phone: +31 40 2764870
http://pww.innersource.philips.com, http://pww.opensource.philips.com
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