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Re: Failures importing binaries

From: Matt Pounsett <matt.pounsett_at_cira.ca>
Date: 2004-09-02 18:50:09 CEST

I'm seeing a similar problem right now, trying to import/checkout a
1.4GB web site. I'm running svn over HTTPS.

I'm still early in my troubleshooting, so I have few details to offer
right now, but I thought I should throw my "me too" in here early.

What I know so far is that I can't do an import of the entire site over
HTTPS. I can do it with a file:// URL. Right now, I'm trying to check
out the repository over HTTPS, and it has been sitting hung on an 82K
Word doc for the last ~20 minutes.

Like Alex saw, after an import fails my repository is useless. I have
to delete it and start over. The checkout still hasn't timed out, so
I'm not certain if that will leave it in the same state or not.

I'll put together some more detailed info with error messages and so
forth and toss that into the thread later today.

On Aug 31, 2004, at 10:47, Alex R. Mosteo wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to put a website under svn control. It has about 500MB in
> size, most of it binary files.
> I've been using svn for quite a while with mostly text files without
> problems, but now this website seems impossible to be imported. I'm
> using the 1.0.6 version for Mandrake 10.
> Every time I try, it goes well for a while but at some point
> (different in each try) it gets stuck and bails out after a while with
> one of these two errors:
> * At least one property change failed. No changes made (...)
> * PUT timeout at (server http address).
> After one of these, the repository is unusable and neither verify nor
> recover work. (They timeout too). However, the Apache server (latest 2
> version) continues serving pages and other repositories well. The
> server is in localhost. I'm accessing the repository via Apache/DAV.
> Any ideas? Will it likely work with 1.1 and the new filesystem? I
> would try the 1.1rc2 but no rpm is available for Mandrake 10 and the
> source distribution fails when ./configure is run in my system:
> checking for APR... reconfig
> configuring package in apr now
> : command not foundersion-1.1.0-rc2/apr/configure: line 11:
> /home/jano/tmp/subversion-1.1.0-rc2/apr/configure: line 19: syntax
> error near unexpected token `elif'
> 'home/jano/tmp/subversion-1.1.0-rc2/apr/configure: line 19: `elif test
> -n "${BASH_VERSION+set}" && (set -o posix) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
> configure failed for apr
> P.s: Doing a few folders at a time I've managed to import the bulk of
> the site, but now I get this error when importing other files:
> svn: MKCOL of
> /svn-private/!svn/wrk/4d234c30-f4e2-0310-a6b4-e99ae108b4e0/www/coral/
> coral: 405 Method Not Allowed
> It's not critical for me but I'm curious.
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