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Re: AW: AW: This application has requested the Runtime to terminate i t in an unusual way.

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-06-23 12:33:35 CEST

On Wednesday 22 June 2005 07:02, Akin, Klaus wrote:
> Hi,
> The recipe to get a large memory usage on the svn client:
> -- first check out some data for example:
> svn co http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk subversion
> -- delete all .svn files in this folder
> -- create the repository
> svnadmin create memoryleak
> -- make it general writeable
> --start the server
> start svnserve -d -r .
> -- import the data to folder subversion
> svn import subversion svn://<machine>/memoryLeak/subversion/ -m
> "import" -- create an empty dir
> svn mkdir svn://<machine>/memoryLeak/empty -m "creating empty dir"
> -- checkout the empty folder
> svn co svn://<machine>/memoryLeak/empty test
> -- merge
> svn merge svn://<machine>/memoryLeak/empty
> svn:// <machine>/memoryLeak/subversion/ test
> During the merge the process is increasing to 60MB. It is never
> decreasing during merge. The data in the test folder is about 53MB.

Thanks, I was able to verify this on my Linux box as well (except it grew
to nearly 80MB). I made a couple of quick patches and it seemed to stop
at around 12.5MB. I'm running through the test suite and such right now.
But since this is in working copy code (which is notoriously complex),
I'll post it a patch on dev@ list later tonight. Hopefully, we can get
this in for the next release (but no guarantees as 1.2.1 is right around
the corner).


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