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Re: svn import hangs in fs type repository

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-28 21:07:05 CEST

"v.kalra.w" <vkalra@agere.com> wrote on 09/28/2005 03:00:50 PM:

> On Tue, 27 Sep 2005, Mark Phippard wrote:
> %>>
> %>>Depending on how your APR (on the server) was compiled it may not be
> %>>to handle files that are > 2GB. If you commit more than 2 GB at one
> %>>you will have a revision file in the fsfs repository that APR cannot
> %>>handle due to its size. I am not saying that is the problem, but
that is
> %>>somewhere to start.
> %>>
> Just so I understand this, does it mean that any one individual
> file from the N I'm importing cannot be more than 2GB, or does it
> mean that the total size of all N files that I'm importing cannot
> be more than 2GB.

If you have a version of APR with this problem (I think most/all 0.9.x
versions do) then it cannot handle an individual file that is > 2GB.
However, since fsfs stores each revision as a single file, you would get
this problem if a single commit resulted in a repository file > 2GB.

> OK, we're going to give this one more try -- we'll create a new
> with just the tags, branches, and trunk directories in there, check out
> trunk, svn add directories, and check them in. Just to eliminate Apache
> out of the picture, we'll do this using the file:// URL and see if that
> works any better.

I think the main thing will be to avoid an individual commit that is >

There is no problem with the total size of the repository being greater
than 2GB.


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