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http: checkout hangs

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-09-06 20:00:40 CEST

I just converted a 4 year old CVS repository to Subversion (19,000
revisions, roughly). That took about a day, with cvs2svn.

I'm now running tests on it to see how it works. Step 1 is not going
well at all...

The system is a Mac (Tiger/10.4.2). The repository is FSFS type.
Subversion 1.2.3 is in use, and the latest Apache built from sources.

Checkout via file: URL seems to work, but checkout via http: processes
just a few hundred files, then hangs. Activity Monitor shows httpd
working very hard (up to 99% cpu, though not solid CPU bound). After
sitting for 10 minutes or so, svn gives up with a variable error
message. Once I got a message about some problem with REPORT, the
other time I got a message about an invalid tag in an XML response.

The manual makes me wonder if FSFS is acceptable for repositories with
this many revisions. Is it?

Should this work on a Mac?


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