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Big Commits + Strange Merge

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


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!

Albert Reed
Director of Development
Demiurge Studios

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