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Re: Frequence repository wedges

From: Jason Mills <jmills_at_cs.mun.ca>
Date: 2005-05-19 16:52:03 CEST

Jason Mills wrote:
> SVN Users:
> I'm curious how many fellow users experience DB wedges on a regular basis?
> We host our Subversion repositories on Windows 2000, using the Berkeley
> DB provided with Subversion. We have about 5 repositories and 1 to 4
> developers per repository. At least once a day one of the repositories
> wedge. I like Subversion and wish to continue using it, but this is
> ridiculous.
> Does anyone have any suggestions? Will switching to FSFS help?

In a last attempt to fix the frequent DB wedges (crashing svnserve.exe),
I converted several repositories to FSFS. I'm happy to report none of
the converted repository have wedged. These have been up for > 3 weeks,
as opposed to Berkley DB, which wedged at least once a day.

I'm still at a lost as too why Berkley DB fails consistently (at least
on this particular computer). I think I'll stick with FSFS from now on
in any case.

Thanks to all those who responded to my questions.


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