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Re: Serious problem (8-GB revision)

From: Giulio Ferro <auryn_at_zirakzigil.org>
Date: 2006-01-05 12:40:43 CET

Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Jan 5, 2006, at 12:01, Giulio Ferro wrote:
>> Yesterday I committed a large group of files (~8 GB).
>> This morning I tried to update from another machine and
>> I got this error message:
>> svn: Revision file lacks trailing newline
> What OS are you using for the client and the server? Is it an FSFS or
> BDB repository? I assume there was no error message on the client
> when you committed this batch yesterday? What version of Subversion
> are you using (client and server), and what version of APR is it
> using? Doesn't APR 0.9.x, which comes with Subversion 1.2.x, have a 2-
> GB limit per file, which is lifted by APR 1.x which comes with
> Subversion 1.3?
Both client and server are FreeBSD 5.4 stable os.
Subversion client and server are both 1.3.0
Apr version are both 1.2.2

I looked in the ./db/revs directory and the last revision file
was about 7,5GB long, which is less than it ought to be...

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