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Re: Frequence repository wedges

From: Jason Mills <jmills_at_cs.mun.ca>
Date: 2005-04-25 16:32:09 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>> Given that, I suspect -d is required when using FireDaemon and svnserve.
>> I will try svnserver -d from the command line and see how that works
>> (or use SVNService as recommended in another post).
> Well, the question here is: why does FireDaemon decide to kill
> svnserve? That's most likely what's wedging the repository, leaving the
> database in an inconsistent state.

OK. I have been using svnserver -d from the command line since my last
post, taking FireDaemon out of the loop. This morning I have had two
wedges as client checked out a repository and did an update. This time
windows responded (in a dialog box) with an error something like
"svnserve.exe encountered an error.... stopping process...".

Let just say I'm running out of patience and ideas. As a last ditch
effort we may move the repositories to another computer and see if the
problems persist.


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