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Re: Lockups on large initial import

From: Matt Pounsett <matt.pounsett_at_cira.ca>
Date: 2004-09-11 03:00:14 CEST

On Sep 08, 2004, at 04:27, Alex R. Mosteo wrote:

> Matt Pounsett wrote:
> [big and interesting snip]
>> Because this works fine using only svn with a file:// URL, and
>> because this web server allows me to read and write many large files
>> using DAV, I'm inclined to think the problem is in mod_dav_svn
>> somewhere.
>> I'm at a bit of an impasse now. I can't think of anything else to
>> try or test. Is there any other information I can provide, or
>> specific troubleshooting tasks I can perform to help one of the
>> developers track this down?
> I agree with your conclusions, but must be noted that someone else
> posted the other day a description that could match this problem using
> svnserve. So maybe it is a race condition inside BDB or something
> else.

I re-ran my tests today using svnserve instead of Apache, and had no
problem. I moved back to Apache and got this during the Transferring
Data phase:
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: At least one property change failed; repository is unchanged

... and the db is now locked up.

I ran your script over an http connection and got a failure as well.

Are any of the developers watching this thread? This seems pretty
consistently repeatable.. is there any further troubleshooting you'd
like us to do to help track down the problem?

Matt Pounsett CIRA - Canadian Internet Registration
Technical Support Programmer 350 Sparks Street,
Suite 1110
matt.pounsett@cira.ca Ottawa, Ontario,
613.237.5335 ext. 231

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