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Re: fsfs migration failure. File too large??

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-30 22:21:18 CEST

Tess Snider <malkyne@gmail.com> writes:
> To those of you following my locker saga, a recover gave me a
> short-term solution to my problem, but eventually, it came back.
> Specifically, our automatic build machine's query for changes seemed
> to be what was clobbering it every time.
> We were running up against some other issues that could be solved by
> migrating to a fsfs back-end. So, I decided to do an emergency
> migration. The whole migration seemed to be running relatively
> smoothly -- TOO smoothly. Then, I encountered this little gem:
> --------------------------
> <<< Started new transaction, based on original revision 1046
> * adding path : trunk/some folder ... done.
> * adding path : trunk/some folder/some_file.zip ...File size
> limit exceeded.
> --------------------------
> Now, I assume that it's complaining that the deltas file for revision
> 1046 is too big? But this is nuts! I've seen files over 20GB on this
> hard drive before. There's 56GB of hard drive space available, so
> it's not that there's insufficient hard drive space. Is this a
> subversion-defined limit it's running up against?
> I appreciate whoever can lend me some advice. My repository is
> completely out of commission until I figure out what's going on. The
> longer the repository is out of commission, the more you start hearing
> artists start to suggest blasphemous notions like emailing files to
> each other. :)

How big is some_file.zip? How big is your total dumpfile? What
version of Subversion are you running? Show us the exact svnadmin
command you ran. What operating system are you on? If Unix-like,
show us the output of 'df -s'.

See http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/BUGS for more hints.

By the way, have you Googled for the error?


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Received on Mon May 30 23:04:15 2005

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