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Re: Bug: committing large propteries over HTTP

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-11-23 10:23:29 CET

On Sunday 06 November 2005 23:13, Ron Ward wrote:
> There appears to be a bug if you try and commit a file with a large
> property over HTTP. For example:
> If you add a property to a file (1 MB or larger in size,
> or multiple properties that have a total size of 1 MB or larger)
> And the attempt to commit the file over http://, it fails with the message:
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: At least on property change failed: repository is unchanged.
> NOTE: This works OK via the file:// and svn:// protocol
> It is only failing via http://
> And I can commit very large files without any problems.
> A quick and easy way to reproduce this error is as follows:
> Add a simple test.txt file to a svn repository that is using the http://
> protocol. Add a large property to this file. e.g.
> svn ps propName -F OneMegFile test.txt
> Then try and commit this file. e.g.
> svn commit test.txt -m “testing”

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