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SVN::Client + svnserve children

From: Goetz Golla <Goetz_Golla_at_genua.de>
Date: 2005-09-17 16:44:03 CEST

I am using the SVN::Client functions from various mod_perl/mason scripts on an
apache webserver. SVN::Client is part of libsvn-core-perl, which is part of
debian sarge.

I am also running svnserve to allow access to the svn repository.

The problem is: whenever I run a SVN::Client function, like

my $ctx = new SVN::Client();
my $res = $ctx->status($workid, $revision, $status_func, $recursive,
$get_all, $update,0);

it does what it should, but it leaves a svnserve child process running
foreverm with an open tcp connection from apache to svnserve. With serveral
users accessing the website I quickly end up having hundreds of svnserve
processes hanging around. I wonder if there is anything I missed to make
apache / SVN::Client close the connection to svnserve ?

Goetz Golla

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