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Re: Checksum mismatch and repository type.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-06 18:32:48 CEST

"Robert Murphy" <rmurphy@numediaprod.com> writes:
> My company has migrated to SVN about a month ago and for the most part
> Subversion works fine. Our company does multimedia development so we version
> control our assets along with the code for each project (AVI files and
> such). These assets can be quite large (~100 MB) and there are on average
> about half a dozen of these files per project and we have about 20 projects
> of this size under SNV control. Each project is kept in its own BDB
> repository. Lately however we have been encountering the dreaded “Checksum
> mismatch” error during some checkouts/updates. My question is two fold: What
> causes this error and is it more likely to occur using Berkely DB based
> repositories vs. file based ones? We made the conscious decision to go with
> BDB repositories because of the maturity of the code behind it, However we
> are willing to migrate to file based repositories if it will lessen the
> mismatch error.

Anecdotally, yes, it seems to happen less often (or not at all) with
FSFS repositories.

What kind of environment are you running SVN+BDB in? Operating
system, filesystem type, network share or no network share, etc?

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