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Re: Frequence repository wedges

From: Jason Mills <jmills_at_cs.mun.ca>
Date: 2005-04-25 19:33:17 CEST

Crucius, Wesley wrote:
> Some other thoughts... I haven't been following this thread closely, so
> maybe these were already suggested:
> 1. Do you have things happening in hook scripts that are competing for
> the same resource, causing a deadlock or abnormal termination?

Only mailer.py, and its not configured for all repositories. We have had
wedges on repositories without mailer.py.

> 2. Your thought about a different machine is not a bad idea, maybe you
> actually have some bad memory, resulting in a "GPF"...

Although other application seem to operate fine, we have few options left.

> 3. Are you certain that one and only one application (instance of
> svnserve or client using file://) is hitting the Berkley DB at any given
> point in time?

I can't find other application accessing the DB except
   - clients via svnserve
   - mailer.py for commits (only some repositories)
   - hot-backup.py, once per night

> 4. Is the BerkleyDB on a locally (direct connected) drive, versus a
> network share of some sort (SMB, NFS, etc?)?

Local drive.


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