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Big Commits + Strange Merge

From: Albert Reed <al_at_demiurgestudios.com>
Date: 2005-01-17 16:03:43 CET

Hello--

For those of you that were subjected to my first post to the wrong list --
very sorry about that. I think I got it right this time.

We're in the process of trying out subversion by doing some heavy lifting
for a couple of projects and have run into two problems. We're running 1.1
on Debian using FSFS and using svnserv (svn://..).

1. It seems to refuse to allow very large commits (3 GB+). When doing it
locally on the server I managed to get some error about the file size being
too big, but remotely it simply says the server has forcibly closed the
connection. Is this a known problem? Any ETA on a fix?

2. When doing a branch and merge, SVN gave a conflict on a text file that
didn't resemble a conflict. The .left and .working files were the same and
the .right had two lines added to it. Any idea why that would be?

Thanks much for the help!
-Al

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Albert Reed
Director of Development
Demiurge Studios

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