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Re: Core Dump on HPUX

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-05-11 18:37:32 CEST

On 5/9/06, Lisa Devore <LDEVORE@tceq.state.tx.us> wrote:
> We have a combination of RISC and Itanium HP Unix servers and workstations.
> I have tried many different scenarios, but in approx 99% of the cases, I
> will get a Memory fault core dump when attempting to do either an import or
> a commit.
> Occasionally I can create a new source file (for example, a .c file) using
> vi, then add and commit it. However if I copy that file to another file in
> the same directory, or copy/move a file from anywhere on the filesystem, I
> will get a core dump. I have tried Makefiles, README files, '.c' and '.h'
> files. It doesn't seem to matter. I have an SVN '.access' file which I
> originally checked out from SVN - I have no trouble committing changes to
> it.
> We have spent approximately 2 months trying to figure out how to fix this
> problem. I will be happy to provide any additional info as requested.

Could you please provide an actual list of commands you ran to
reproduce this problem, rather than a description of what you did?
Also, we'll need to know what version of Subversion you're using, and
if you're getting core dumps then getting a backtrace with a debugger
would be most helpful.


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