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Re: "Revision file lacks trailing newline" on large import

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-28 18:15:31 CET

On Jan 28, 2006, at 15:33, Aaron Siri wrote:

> I’m attempting an import of a tree containing ~27GB of large files
> (3rd party libraries, tarballs, etc.) I have a brand new
> subversion install using HTTPD 2.2.0 + Subversion 1.3.0 built from
> tarballs on Fedora Core 3. After many hours of “Adding”, towards
> what seems like the end of the process, the import command fails
> with the following error:
> svn: MERGE request failed on '/svn/ndrive/trunk'
> svn: Revision file lacks trailing newline
> Any idea what might be causing this? I had originally tried this
> on OS X using HTTPD 2.0.55 but got the same error. I was told that
> it was because of a problem in the version of APR that is bundled
> with 2.0.55 so I then moved to HTTPD 2.2.0 on the Mac but started
> getting an error about bucket brigades. At this point I decided to
> ditch OS X and moved over to Linux. Now I’m seeing the newline
> error again. I was told on IRC that it was a problem with the
> commit message I used during the import which I find hard to
> believe (the –m message was simply “Initial checkin”). But, just
> in case, I am running the import again using $EDITOR for the
> message instead.

I think this is the bug:


There seems to be a problem committing > 2GB in a single revision of
a Linux-hosted FSFS repository.

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