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Failed to commit Checksum mismatch on large files and/or groups of files

From: Benjamin <bquintero_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2006-03-13 20:42:24 CET

Hi,

I can't seem to commit/update large batches of files and sometimes a single
large file. The errors occur on a different file almost every time and it's
not always the same error. I'm not sure if the problem is my local work
machine or if the subversion/apache server is having an issue with being
accessed through the web then back onto a machine on the local network. If
I performed a commit on a handful of smaller files, it never seemed to
complain. Once I started committing compiled static libs, or dlls of
substantial size the errors would pop up. Files ranged in size from 1KB to
8MB and the folder contents are about 300 files broken into various sub
directories.

The folder is new and the files are being committed for the first time.

[ SERVER SET UP ]
* Clean install of Windows XP-SP2 with all the available updates
* Subversion 1.3
* Apache Server 2.0.55 (and I tried 2.0.54 because I heard it fixed this for
someone else... not for me)
* Tortoise SVN

[ LAPTOP WORK MACHINE SET UP ]
* Windows XP-SP2 with all the available updates
* Subversion 1.3
* Tortoise SVN
* Various development tools

[ ERROR ]
"Checksum mismatch, file '/libs/...blah blah.h':
   expected: 0a167790f74b378c1025085e273362e6
   actual: ff2ff2523ac68250653d1177aada2c27"

[ MY NETWORK SET UP ]
Cable Modem
|
+ DHCP Router
  |
  + Main Hub
    |
    + Apache Server PC
    + User Desktop PC
    + Wireless Router (configured as a wireless hub, not DHCP)
      |
      + Laptop with integrated Broadcom wireless card

I created an account for a co-worker and had him perform similar operations
remotely. He attempted to commit several files ranging in size from 1KB to
30MB. He only suffered from an initial time-out which he admittedly was
downloading other large files, browsing the web, and performing some CPU
intensive work. When he killed those processes and attempted to commit the
files again, it worked without a hitch. When I tried to "update" in order
to view the files that he added, I would receive an "Invalid diff stream:
[tgt] insn 5314 starts beyond the target view position" message every time.

I was using Tortoise SVN for all of this (if that makes any difference).

Thanks,
Ben

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