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Re: Large Commits Fail

From: Rob Wilkerson <r.d.wilkerson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-22 17:03:07 CEST

Sorry for the direct reply, Ted. This is my response for the list...

I've tried TSVN, Windows command line and Cygwin command line.
They're all dying. At this point, I'd walk the data to the server
myself, if I could. At least I wouldn't trip on my way (hopefully).

On 8/22/06, Ted Dennison <dennison@ssd.fsi.com> wrote:
> Rob Wilkerson wrote:
> > any information it already logs? My large commit is still failing,
> > Apache is still not reporting any problems in its logs (access or
> > error) and my frustration is rising. I'm not using BDB so I'm not
> > sure where else to look. I've done a tcpdump and nothing look out of
> > the ordinary (not that I really know what "out of the ordinary" would
> > look like).
> Have you tried using a different client to perform the same commit? Its
> possible that if there is some kind of problem, the command line client
> might give you more error info than Apache feeds you.
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Rob Wilkerson
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