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Re: svn - very large files

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-05 15:52:52 CEST

On Jul 5, 2006, at 15:12, Martin Smith wrote:

> I tried to source control a large (2.5GB) file - svn broke.
> I read that the fault was in the version of apr that svn uses (0.9)
> I downloaded apr and apr-utils 1.2.7 source distro and compiled
> I downloaded latest svn 1.3.2 and compiled with new apr and apr-utils
> However, now when I issue the command "svn status" I get a
> segmentation fault.
> Am I going about this the right way?

You've heard correctly that support for files > 2GB is not in APR
0.9.x, and is in APR 1.2.x. Not sure why you're getting a segfault
though. Are you serving your repository with Apache? If so, have you
also recompiled your Apache to use the new APR version? I believe you
need to keep Apache and Subversion in sync with respect to the APR
version they're built with, else weirdness happens.

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