I am running the apache2/subversion that comes with SuSE 9.2:
This is on a 2.8GHz EM64T Xeon CPU (so it is an SMP kernel because of
hyperthreading) with 2GB of memory.
I have created a repository with cvs2svn. I checked it out onto both
the server and one client machine and then made some modifications on
the server (like setting a lot of svn:mime-type properties). A "svn
update" on the client times out:
% time svn up
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/repos/www/trunk/...'
svn: PROPFIND of '/repos/www/trunk/...': timed out waiting for server (https://...)
0.417u 0.048s 40:00.70 0.0% 0text 0data 0stack 0maxrss 0iw 0ow 0pf 0swap 4717re
(I edited the pathnames above for privacy.)
I have been increasing the value of http-timeout (now 2400) but it
makes no difference, as you can see above.
Another attempt after I had restarted apache2 gave (again after the
% svn up
svn: REPORT request failed on '/repos/www/!svn/vcc/default'
svn: REPORT of '/repos/www/!svn/vcc/default': timed out waiting for server (https://svn.killian.com)
Doing "svn up" of just a few files works. The above "svn up" was done
in a working directory with 7588 files.
I have done a svnadmin verify on the repository.
There is very little in the httpd logs, just:
[21/Jan/2005:19:02:30 -0800] 10.5.3.2 TLSv1 DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA "PROPFIND /repos/www/trunk/... HTTP/1.1" 1311
[21/Jan/2005:19:02:30 -0800] 10.5.3.2 TLSv1 DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA "PROPFIND /repos/www/trunk/... HTTP/1.1" 750
for the most recent attempt.
What can be done to make subversion work? Further increasing the
http-timeout is silly. No one should have to wait even a fraction of
40 minutes to do an update, especially when only mime-types have
changed. Are exponential algorithms being used or something?
At the 40m of elapsed time the http2 process (running on an otherwise
unloaded machine) had used 5:30 of CPU time:
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
23206 wwwrun 15 0 171m 30m 152m D 12.3 1.5 5:30.10 httpd2-prefork
It kept on running after the client gave up.
The repository is large:
% du /b/srv/repos/www/
The working directory contains 44010 files in 1020 directories.
Is this project (which has many .jpg files -- photos of a construction
project) just too large for subversion? Should I give up and revert
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Received on Sat Jan 22 08:39:56 2005