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Re: fsfs migration failure. File too large??

From: Tess Snider <malkyne_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-31 03:37:23 CEST

(Sorry if you get this twice, Ken. I just noticed that I responded
only to you.)
Most of these answers aren't very exciting or revealing, but I'll pass
them along, anyway.

On 30 May 2005 15:21:18 -0500, kfogel@collab.net <kfogel@collab.net> wrote:
> How big is some_file.zip?

some_file.zip isn't in any of my working directories, so I don't have
any way to quickly determine its size. I did find a directory which
probably contains the files which were zipped into this directory, and
its unzipped size is 1.3M. That's not very big.

> How big is your total dumpfile?

The dumpfile is 21GB.

> What version of Subversion are you running?

1.1.4.

I'd upgrade to 1.2, but I was waiting for the Fedora 3 RPMs to go up.

> Show us the exact svnadmin command you ran.

svnadmin load /some/path/to/repository < dump30052005

> What operating system are you on? If Unix-like, show us the output of 'df -s'.

I'm on Fedora 3. However my df doesn't have a -s. Last night, df was
indicating that there was 65GB of room on the relevant drive. (Does
subversion try to create any temporary files possibly on other devices
during this process?) Doing a df right now won't give you any useful
information, since the space has changed since last night. (My boss
has a script that runs at 10AM that moves a bunch of files around.)

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

Okay.

> By the way, have you Googled for the error?

I always Google for errors before bugging nice folks like you. I
couldn't find anything relevant. Everyone seems to give absolutely
glowing reviews of how easy this migration is. I guess I might be the
first person to run into this.

Tess

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