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successful commit but no log entry..

From: Clemens A Mensik <c.mensik_at_ip2.at>
Date: 2006-06-17 17:17:27 CEST

First I noticed an 500MB increase in our repository
from one day to the other. It already made me feel a
little bit nervous cause normally we do only check in
or od source and the needed libraries that are fare away
from 500MB...

Ok, so I started to check the log from the day when it
happend. There I've found several revisions with no
author and date entry. I know that these fields are
not mandatory in the repository, but it shouldn't happen
here cause only authenticated users are allowed to
change stuff.

To find the exact revision I did a single dump for every
revision to know which one caused the big increase.

Checking the Apache log too I've found out that one of
our sub-contractors did a pretty big commit which took
about ~4 hours.

Is it possible that svn can't handle such kinda big
transactions? Though, looking thru the whole rep I got
several revisions with either a date or an author nor
a log message about the changes/added files.

Has somebody already had the same problem?

I'v got the following versions installed:
 Apache/2.0.54 (Win32)
 Subversion version 1.3.1 (r19032)


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