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Re: Windows + svn + apache file access process problems.

From: Ian Hailey <lists_at_dinplug.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 17:56:28 CET

Hello Andy,

I made a tar of the linux repository and just copied it to the windows
machine, there should not have been any activity during the copy. On the
new windows server I added and commited 3-4 times without problems until
trying to commit a large number of newly added files (about 4500 files).
The problem occurs at different places during the commit sometimes it
gets as far as the transmitting data......



Andy Levy wrote:

>On 12/14/05, Ian Hailey <lists@dinplug.com> wrote:
>>Hello all,
>>I want to move over from a linux to a windows server to run svn (under
>>apache 2.0) and have keep seeing the following message:
>>svn: Commit failed (details follow):
>>Can't open file 'D:\SVN\G0\db\transactions\94-1.txn\changes': The
>>process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.
>>Does anyone have any idea why this is happening (it was working fine on
>>The server is running windows server 2003 and I think that the newest
>>version of svn is being used but need to check this.
>Did you copy your repository over from Linux? If so, did you use svn
>hotcopy, or otherwise ensure that there was no current activity in the
>repository when you made the copy?
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