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Re: Large Commits Fail

From: Rob Wilkerson <r.d.wilkerson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-22 23:48:23 CEST

Well, if early indications prove accurate then I figured out what was
going on and have it fixed. The default setting (in my distro) for
Apache's KeepAlive directive was set to "Off" in my httpd.conf. I
don't know what made me change it (aside from my desperation), but
I've since done several large commits - including the one whose
failure prompted this thread - and all have worked perfectly.

When I put this out to the folks on the Apache mailing list, there was
some surprise that it had any bearing at all on this problem. I'm
wondering if anyone here can think of a good reason. Is it something
in the Subversion commit process?

I'd like to understand why it now works so I can feel confident that
it will continue working.

Thanks again to all who provided suggestions and insight.

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