Then what is the limit for Apache2.2, that may also give me problem in future when my repository size increases. I am using Debian OS.
What do people use in Large organisations where their project size is greater at most?
gmu 2k6 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: On 7/18/06, Indraveni wrote:
> I installed subversion-1.3.2 version and had apache support. Now when i
> tried to import my project into the repository for the first time using the
> command svn import then I am getting the following error
> svn: Can't write to file '/subversion/db/transactions/0-1.txn/rev': File too
> Here my project size is 16 GB and I have 43 GB of free space in my system.
> Then why is this error?
> Any Clues please
if you're using Apache 2.0 and therefore APR 0.9x AFAIK you have a
limit of 2GiB.
You can either update to Apache 2.2 which as I've read requires APR
1.2.x and therefore also files greater than 2GiB or build Subversion
without Apache support - mod_dav_svn - against APR 1.2.x and get
big-file support in svn:// and svn+ssh://. As you're already using
Apache I would say option one (Apache 2.2 with APR 1.2.x) is your
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Received on Tue Jul 18 15:08:51 2006