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Commit fails with files larger than 32K, Win2K

From: CET Electronics <cet_at_cet-electronics.com>
Date: 2006-09-28 14:15:32 CEST

Hi all,
I am a newbie of Subversion, hence please do not kick me if this question
is known.
I have just installed Subversion+TortoiseSVN 1.4.0 on my Win2000 PC.
I have also installed subversion on another PC, with Win2000 Adv. Server.
I started svnserve on Advanced Server, then I used TSvn to create
repository on it, on a network path. I connected to it (by using svn://
schema) for adding some files and check them out.

All works fine with files < 32K.

With files larger than 32K, when I try to commit a modify, acting with Tsvn
on the related folder, commit fails, telling "special status has
unexpectedly
changed" for one of the larger files (not the largest).
Obviously the problem occurs also when I try to commit modifies of single
files
larger than 32K.
Commit fails with the same message also if server is down,
while with files < 32K the message is correctly something like
"Permanently refusing connection".

Has anyone an idea?
Thank you in advance
Cristiano

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