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RE: Re: 2nd+ co too slow

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2005-11-16 13:53:56 CET

georg@w3x.org wrote:
> some additions:
> - anon access works without problems: read+write (!) is it an auth
> problem?!
> - when i delete the repos and create a new one, i do not need to
> reboot
> - problem exists with fsfs and bdb
> - local co does work normal (-> auth problem)
> - i'm getting really depressed
> any suggestions?
> thx, georg
> Am Die, den 15.11.2005 schrieb georg um 21:17:
>> Hello!
>> I set up a Gentoo Linux Box with subversion 1.2.3, running svnserve
>> on a custom port (9999). I added a new repository (standard db),
>> which contains 3 empty dirs: trunk, branches, tags
>> On a second machine (same net, no fw), I try to checkout:
>> svn co svn://
>> xinetd spawns 2 svnserve processes, and the checkout works as
>> expected (with authorisation), no svnserve process keeps running.
>> (btw: The problem occurs in daemon mode _and_ with xinetd.)
>> Now the trouble starts:
>> I delete the checked out trunk, and make sure that there is no
>> remaining .svn directory, etc. Finally I issue the same checkout
>> command again, and svn hangs. However, the trunk directory is
>> already checked out. On the server side there are again the 2
>> svnserve processes.
>> If I delete ~/.subversion/auth/* the authentication takes place as
>> normal, but afterwards svn also hangs...
>> After several minutes (15-30) passed, the checkout gets finished.
>> Everything is as expected.
>> When I reboot the server, the first checkout works, then the same
>> problem starts again...
>> Thanks in advance!
>> georg

What's the contents of the repository's svnserve.conf file? Since
you're using svnserve, if there's an authentification issue, it'll be
there. I'm not sure about the larger problem--do you have any hook
scripts set up?


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