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Re: svndumpfilter issue

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-02-24 22:57:20 CET

Matzen, John wrote:
> It appears to me that using svndumpfilter to parse a repository that had
> a very large check-in causes the machine to run out of memory and the
> program crashes. This seems to be because svndumpfilter is trying to
> allocate a really big string. The tool becomes nearly completely
> useless in this type of case.
> My svn machine is a Celeron/900 with 480MB of RAM, 36GB disk, running
> Fedora 3. svndumpfilter generated about a 510MB core file. I'm running
> subversion 1.1.2. My repository isn't really that big (about 318MB) and
> only has 16 changes, but the first was the vast majority of it.
> Thoughts? Fixes?

Fixed on trunk.

Backport ready and awaiting votes for 1.1.x.


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