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Re: svn 0.33.1 (win32): not enough memory to complete dump

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-01-27 16:20:56 CET

Davide Canalia wrote:
> Hi to all
> I have done some test to try to understand where is the problem.
> My issue:
> I have a win2k server sp4 pc with apache 2.0.49 and subversion 0.33.1
> I would like to upgrade to newest release so I read some docs on the
> subversion project site and understand that I need to dump my repository
> because of a filsystem change...
> When I fire the command:
> svnadmin dump myrepos mydump.txt
> i see the svnadmin output, i tends with the following rows:
> svn: Memoria insufficiente per eseguire il comando.
> svn: write_handler_apr: error writing file
> the 1st message translated in English should sound like:
> svn: Not enough memory to execute the command
> with task manager I can see that svnadmin allocate about 2.7mb of RAM
> (nothing compared to the 512mb memory, and the 1.5gb pagefile..)...
> I have tried to dump incrementally but it doesn't work.
> Also I have the problem with big and small repositories....
> I'm understanding that few developer use subversion on win32.. but I hope
> someone can help me with some tips.
> Thanks for the help

Your command is not valid.

You should be typing:

svnadmin dump myrepos > mydump.txt


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