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Re: Questions/issues with revert & checkout

From: Auke Jilderda <auke.jilderda_at_philips.com>
Date: 2004-07-17 01:23:19 CEST

Karl, Ben,

these suggestions definately helped, got a working version now! :-)

kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> writes:
>> I wonder if this network error is happening because of the zlib bug
>> in the neon client library. Can you try one of two things:
>> 1. upgrade your client to use neon-0.24.7, or
>> 2. in your ~/.subversion/servers file, set 'http-compression = no'
>> in the [global] section.
I tried option 2 on my XP box before going home but the only difference
was that the merge operation bailed out one file later with exactly the
same error message.

Continued at home: uninstalled my 1.0.4 Subversion client, fetched
version 1.1.0 rc1 (that includes neon 0.24-7), built it with SSL support
on my Linux box, and retried the exercise with http compression turned
off: checking out a fresh working environment and merging one branch
into the other -- that worked flawlessly. A late but good start to my
weekend! :-)

I will dig deeper tomorrow to find out whether the issue is influenced
at all by http compression.

> And I would add: also try *both* of those things.
> I know this is inconvenient to reproduce, Auke, so can understand
> your frustration. But we don't often see transport layer hiccups
> like this with Subversion. The one time we did recently, it was due
> to a bad interaction between Neon (before 0.24.7) and http
> compression.
> Now, it may well be that upgrading Neon *or* disabling network
> compression will make the hiccups stop. But presumably Neon 0.24.7
> contains other improvements as well, and turning off http compression
> when having a network problem is always nice anyway (since it
> removes one variable), regardless of the Neon version. So I think
> it's worth trying both things together, too.
No problem, I don't mind investing some time and effort to trace down
the problem as long as I have a clue in which direction to start
looking. :-) So thanks for your assistance!


Auke Jilderda, Philips Research, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
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