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Re: Major bug in svn command line client

From: Robert S. Sfeir <yosemitesam_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-19 22:07:24 CEST

On Jul 19, 2005, at 3:54 PM, Kris Deugau wrote:

> "Robert S. Sfeir" wrote:
>> This one bit me one too many times, but apparently we can now
>> reproduce this on OS X and Linux. Clients tested were 1.1.1, 1.1.4
>> and 1.2.0.
>> If you have OS X or Linux try this (At your own risk)
>> at the command line type:
>> svn co svn://codepuccino.com/
>> press enter
>> press ctrl + c to kill it since it's not the right port.
>> Watch the machine hang. On OSX I can no longer start any apps, and
>> rebooting is not possible either I have to force a shutdown and
>> restart.
>> Can someone please triple confirm this?
> Not a problem here. The attempted checkout *did* hang, but opening a
> new SSH connection and killing the process unlocked it just fine.

Yup hence a problem don't you think? Opening a new ssh session to
kill svn?


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