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Re: File Size exceeded

From: Marc Haisenko <haisenko_at_comdasys.com>
Date: 2006-07-20 10:33:58 CEST

On Thursday 20 July 2006 09:57, Indraveni wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I tried to import my project into the repository using the command
>
> svn import BOSS file:///subversion/BOSS -m "Initial Import"
>
> It stopped importing with a message "File Size Exceeded".
> My BOSS folder size is nearly 16 GB. And In my system I am having 43 GB
space left. Then why I that message is displayed?
>
> Any Clues Please??

Because the filesystem you're using doesn't allow a single file to be that big
(around 16GB)... don't know where the limit is since I don't know what
filesystem you're using, but a lot of filesystems don't allow files bigger
than 2 GB, AFAIK.

The problem here is that SubVersion stores revision changes in a single file.
So if you do an import of 16GB, SubVersion tries to generate a file with
about 16 GB in it.

You might work around the problem by importing a small part (<2GB) and then
add new data, <2GB a time.

The alternative would be to reformat your partition with a filesystem that
allows bigger file sizes, but I think that's too much effort ;-)

> Regards
> Indraveni K

C'ya,
        Marc

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