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Re: errors on large commits

From: John Waycott <javajohn_at_cox.net>
Date: 2006-09-18 16:33:40 CEST

Bronto wrote:
> Are you using SVN::Notify as well?
> John Waycott wrote:
>> One of our users got this message about two weeks ago. I ran svnadmin
>> verify and found a corrupted revision. This doesn't make sense, but
>> fsfsverify fixed the problem. I don't see how that error could be
>> caused by that, but the user could commit afterwards. She was
>> committing a very large 7MB file. Maybe this was just coincidence?
>> We've hit the fsfs corruption bug five times in the last two months,
>> so it is fairly frequent. The error indication in other cases was the
>> "read length line" error.
>> -- John
No, we use WebSVN to display just the repository list, then ViewCVS for
the repository browsing. We use SvnReporter for email notifications.

We do mix protocols, using http and svn. Most people are using http, but
sometimes we have to use svn to prevent timeouts.

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