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svnserve freezing on checkout

From: Lucas Blancher - WDSI <lblancher_at_wdsi.ca>
Date: 2005-01-05 17:30:14 CET

I have implemented several repositories on a local server in my office,
one for each different project. I have setup svnservice wrapper for
svnserve on a win2k machine. The repo's are located throughout a folder
on the machine ie. repo 1 is C:\svn\project1\section2\section-repo,
repo 2 C:\svn\project2\documentation-repo etc. Repo's can be placed
several folders deep in my setup, but all withing C:\svn. Now the
problem occurs when I do a check out. I will try to check out an entire
repo and part way through it will just hang on a file. Usually it hangs
on a binary file. Once a computer hangs on a file, you can cancel, try
again and it will hang on the same file. If you move to a different
computer it may hang on a different file. If you try another repo, it
will check out fine. I have tried using versions 1.0.9, 1.1.1, and
1.1.2 all with the same problem. I have removed svnservice, and ran
svnserve as a daemon with the "-r C:\svn". If I use the computer that
is running svnserve, I can use "file://" instead of "svn://" to check
out the freezing repo and it works fine. I have tried using both the
svn client and the TortoiseSVN
<http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/docs/TortoiseSVN_en/help-onepage.html>
client for windows. I had had this problem before and I though it was
caused by Apache 2.0.50 as it would work when I disablec the httpd
service. But I have removed apache from the server and am still getting
the problem.

Lucas Blancher

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