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Re: Post commit hook script: strange behavior

From: Nicolas Goutte <nicolasg_at_snafu.de>
Date: 2005-06-06 14:30:09 CEST

On Monday 06 June 2005 13:52, Lutz Frommberger wrote:
> Am Montag, den 06.06.2005, 13:16 +0200 schrieb Nicolas Goutte:
> > The FAQ tells that such behaviour is normally due to $PATH missing. Have
> > you checked that it is not the problem.
>
> Yes, of course. The script sets $PATH according to the needs.
>
> > One special thing is that the environment is empty (for security
> > reasons). (However for crontab $PATH is mostly defined.)
>
> The problem is even stranger: The script _stops_ somewhere in the middle
> while executing

Just an idea: have you different ulimit values for the user running the script
from Subversion and that such a limit would be triggered? (assuming
Subversion is running as another user).

I mean especially the -t limit which limits the time used on the CPU. (Often
for servers there are time limits, so that a process cannot bring down a
server by an endless loop.)

Have a nice day!

>
> cat keywords.txt|xargs -P 1 -n 2 --replace=KEY /usr/bin/bib2bib -c \
> 'keywords: "KEY"' ./r3-literature.bib -ob KEY.bib
>
> The first 9 or 10 lines of keywords.txt are processed, and then it
> suddenly stops.
>
> regards,

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