On 2005.06.22 13:12:15 +0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Pierre-Charles David <email@example.com> writes:
> > The svn client stops working correctly when a huge file is present in
> > the current directory, even if the said file is not managed by svn.
> > Steps to reproduce:
> > ~/tmp$ svnadmin create repo
> > ~/tmp$ svn co file://$PWD/repo t
> > ~/tmp$ cd t
> > ~/tmp/t$ dd if=/dev/zero of=huge count=1 seek=4M
> > ~/tmp/t$ ls -lh
> > -rw-r--r-- 1 pcdavid pcdavid 2,1G 2005-06-22 18:43 huge
> > ~/tmp/t$ svn status -v
> > svn: Can't read directory '.': Partial results are valid but processing
> > is incomplete
> > This happens with:
> > - svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581) [version included in Ubuntu Hoary]
> > - svn, version 1.2.0 (r14790) [locally compiled and installed]
> > Note that it works OK with a 1G file, or if the file is inside a
> > directory which is itself not managed by svn.
> > I don't know if it's relevant, but the underlying filesystem is
> > ReiserFS3 under Linux 2.6.10.
> Hmmm, you may have to rebuilt against an APR compiled with largefile
> support ("-DLARGEFILE", maybe? not sure).
Another data point:
1. I can reproduce the problem with svn 1.2.0 on x86 Gentoo Linux, from
the stock ebuild. Different error message:
$ /usr/bin/svn st
svn: Can't check path 'huge': Value too large for defined data type
2. svn 1.2.0 on amd64 Gentoo (with everything compiled 64-bit) works
fine, as you'd expect.
3. I recompiled apr 1.1.1 + apr-util 1.1.2 + svn latest trunk by hand on
the x86 Gentoo box, and it worked. There were lots of -D_LARGEFILE64
args to gcc flying around, even though I did *not* explicitly pass
anything special to ./configure asking for large file support. It
appears that large file support is now the default, and you have to say
--disable-lfs if you don't want it.
So it appears the problem is automatically fixed, if you run a new enough
version of apr.
For older apr versions you probably need to find the magic argument to
apr's ./configure to turn on large file support. The changelog and the
code both recommend not turning this on in 0.9.6, so maybe you're better
off upgrading apr.
David Ripton firstname.lastname@example.org
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Received on Thu Jun 23 02:51:27 2005