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Re: Large Commits Fail

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-21 20:50:04 CEST

> It's definitely this case. I'm not using BDB as my repository. Well,
> I don't think I am. I installed via rpm, so I guess I don't know that
> for a fact.

Ok, well, you didn't say what Subversion version your server is
running nor what command you used to create your repository. If you
can look into the repository directory (you said you can't eliminate
the network from the equation), you should see log.* files in the db/
directory. If you do, your repository is BDB.

> I found the Apache directive I believe you referenced
> (LimitXMLRequestBody) and set it to 0 to disable the limit, but still
> no go. The error I get when trying to commit the merge is:
> COPY of path/to/file.ext: could not connect to server (http://saiprojects).
> The actual fail on which the commit fails varies, but the message is the same.

Did you have a look in the error log? Maybe one of the Apache childs
is segfaulting?



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