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Re: ci time out

From: Pablo Pernot <pablo_at_albert.com>
Date: 2005-06-08 22:16:04 CEST

Well you're right. time out with fs is non sens.
I already lost the first round :)

well after a work I need to commit hundred of files this way :

my computer is stressed and the load is around 2 (this is freebsd 5.4).

i do :

        svn -m "message" commit file1 file2 file3 ... file300

and then nothing append.

But hold on, you make my mind works again (a little bit !) and maybe
this is the python os.popen which has a problem because the whole
command svn is called by python os.popen module.

I dig it and get back if needed.


Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> On Jun 8, 2005, at 3:00 AM, Pablo Pernot wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I use svn in a peculiar way for a special application. I need to do
>> huge commit (sometimes a thousand files in one revision), I get
>> sometimes time out. Is there a way to avoid the time out ? I wonder
>> if I can use the python api but obviously since de 1.2.0 release (I
>> already update), the libs are not synchronized with the examples
>> files, so examples didn't work.. I wonder if the use of svn://
>> instead of file:// can fix my time out problem ?
> You're getting a timeout trying to commit over file:///? That makes no
> sense. There's no network client or server to 'time out'....
> Give us more details.

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