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Re: Large svn import: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-12 17:39:23 CEST

Will Newton <will@misconception.org.uk> writes:
> The subversion server is getting out of memory, from the apache logs:
> [Tue Apr 12 11:32:56 2005] [error] [client 62.x.x.x] (20014)Error string no
> t specified yet: Berkeley DB error while opening 'representations' table for
> fil
> esystem /data/projects/sanctuary/subversion/db:\nCannot allocate memory
> At the time I had around 5Mb of physical and 300Mb of virtual memory free and
> memory use is stable so I can see no reason why an allocation should fail.
> The Berkeley DB version is 4.2.52.
> I would really appreciate any help anyone could give me with this issue.

I added this FAQ item:


Your solution of decreasing MaxClients seems like a workaround (though
I'm glad it worked). The above FAQ also gives a workaround, but a
different and perhaps more permanent one.

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