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

From: <bquintero_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2006-03-13 23:16:58 CET

I'd like to add that I just tried to commit remotely (from another
network) and it worked. I am curious if the high bandwidth of being
on a local network is flooding apache or maybe subversion? It sounds
pretty silly to say "my bandwidth is too high" =).

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Benjamin [mailto:bquintero@cfl.rr.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 13, 2006 2:42 PM
> To: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Failed to commit Checksum mismatch on large files and/or
groups
> of files
>
> 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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