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Re: import get's stuck

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-18 22:22:33 CEST

"Philipp Meier" <philHatesSpam@gmx.net> writes:
> I have problems with importing.
> I do "svn import <myFiles> <URL>".
> The size of all files I need to import is about 400MB in about 1100 files.
> 1) Mostly the import get's stucked somewhere in the middle of its work.
> 2) Then I have to "svnadmin recover" my repo.
> 3) And try again.
> If I am lucky, the import runs through. But most of the time "I am not
> lucky...".
> How can this be?
> My Workaround is to only import less then 100 files per time. But this is
> very annoying...
> I use Apache/WebDAV/http (and/or https) on my linux server and TortoiseSVN
> (or the svn command line tool) on Windows XP.
> What can I do to solve this problem? My co-workers are suspicious about
> subversion because of this bug - and I would like to work with SVN in our
> projects.

Do you have a problem if you create an FSFS repository instead?

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