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Re: Checkout failure

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-09-14 15:57:56 CEST

>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Koning <pkoning@equallogic.com> writes:

 Paul> In my CVS vs. SVN tests, I just did a checkout of a branch.
 Paul> Previously I had checked out the trunk, and that worked. The
 Paul> branch checkout runs for slightly longer than the trunk
 Paul> checkout (35 minutes -- the trunk checkout takes about 30) and
 Paul> then aborts with this message: svn: REPORT request failed on
 Paul> '/repos/equallogic-test/!svn/vcc/default' svn: REPORT of
 Paul> '/repos/equallogic-test/!svn/vcc/default': Chunk delimiter was
 Paul> invalid (http://svn.dev.equallogic.com:8080)

 Paul> I tried it twice, same result each time. What do I do now?

 Paul> Subversion 1.2.3, Apache 2.0.54, server on Linux (RedHat ES 3),
 Paul> client on NetBSD 1.6.2.

I'm running another test now. It was running through files at a good
pace, and then it slowed to a crawl. It's working on a directory full
of binaries at the moment. The log output isn't moving at all (it's
as if the lines of text are buffered somewhere and it hasn't reached a
buffer flush point yet -- apparently conventional stdout line at a
time output doesn't apply). By watching the directory it's working
on, I can see progress. VERY slow progress -- it's running
consistently at 3-4 files per MINUTE. Some of those files are a
megabyte or so, one is 4 MB, but the curious thing is that the pattern
is consistent in terms of files per minute. In one of those minutes I
see four files totalling about 110 kBytes. In another minute, I see
four files totalling 4.5 MB.

Something very bizarre is happening here.


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