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Re: 1.3.0 - client waiting for post.commit

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-02-19 22:21:11 CET

On Feb 19, 2006, at 20:44, allan juul wrote:

> i wonder if anyone can shed light on the problem with clients
> waiting for the post-commit to finish, introduced - i believe - in
> release 1.3.0
> i know there was an issue tracked #2497, but that appears gone.
> does that mean it has been fixed and just awaits official release.

Not gone; resolved:


Will be in 1.3.1.

> in the meantime, how have other people dealt with this ? have you
> downgraded or just accepted it or hacked a workaround. these post-
> commits are pretty important for us (but it's also important that a
> simple commit might take 5 minutes).

You could build a bleeding-edge version of Subversion from trunk.

Or, you might consider doing your tasks not in (a script invoked
from) the post-commit hook, but in a cron task which runs often
enough to satisfy your needs. You could have the post-commit hook
touch a file and have the cron task only do whatever it does when the
file exists, then delete the file. That's probably not the best idea
as it probably allows for cases where a new commit occurs while the
cron task is running and thereby miss one necessary action, but you
get the idea and can probably script something up that does what you

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