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Re: Invalid changes line in rev-file

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-12-27 20:19:43 CET

Tim Harvey wrote:
> Greetings,
> I'm trying to evaluate the performance differences in using BDB vs FSFS
> for my
> repository filesystem. I've found that for a particularly large project
> (90K
> files, 300MB) I have, doing an import on a newly created FSFS repository
> gives
> the following error at the end of an import:
> $ time svn import . svn://svn/repos-fsfs/test --message "initial import"
> svn: Invalid changes ine in rev-file
> real 34m53.524s
> user 2m12.190s
> sys 0m18.040s
> Incidently, the repository apparently is not complete when this occurs.
> Importing the same project in a BDB repostory works fine:
> $ time svn import . svn://svn/repos-bdb/test --message "initial import"
> svn: Invalid changes ine in rev-file

Umm? Copy-paste typo?

> real 49m11.243s
> user 2m15.340s
> sys 0m20.830s
> The version of the client software is:
> $ svn --version
> svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581)
> compiled Oct 23 2004, 04:56:26
> The version of the server software is:
> $ svn --version
> svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581)
> compiled Oct 23 2004, 05:28:31
> Any ideas whats going on here? I've done some testing with FSFS on much
> smaller projects and have not had any problems, but this makes me wonder
> if
> I'm setting my self up for future corruption for those projects.

It looks like you have found a bug in FSFS!

Please could you repost to the dev@ list (with a suitably attention getting
subject line - e.g. "[FSFS BUG?] Invalid changes line in rev-file"), so one
of our FSFS experts can comment on how to debug this?


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