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File size limit exceeded when loading a dump file

From: Shawn Smiley <ssmiley483_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-10-31 20:56:38 CET

I'm in the process of migrating my SVN Repositories from a really old server running Windows 2000 and SVN 1.1 to a newer server running Ubuntu 6.10 Server and SVN 1.3 (1.4 packages aren't available yet) For one of my repositories I only want to keep the most recent revision and the various tags that have been defined. So I've done an svnadmin dump -R5237:5237 > repo1.dump This generated a 16GB dump file that I have transferred to the new server. I've created a new SVN 1.3 repository on my Linux server using the default options (svnadmin create /svn/repo1) and started an import of the dump file (svnadmin load /svn/repo1 < repo1.dump) The import runs fine for awhile and then stops with the error "File size limit exceeded". I've seen several messages in the list serv archive and on Google about this indicating that it's a problem with the APR0.9 bindings. I've also seen messages indicating that the newer versions of SVN are compiled against APR 1.x so I would thing that this is not quite the same problem. So my questions are: 1. Is SVN 1.3 compiled against the version of APR that has the 2GB limit? 2. If not, what else could be causing this problem? The /svn path is a separate 75GB Partition formatted ext3. The server is a clean built (2 days ago) install of Ubuntu 6.10 Server using the default options with LAMP preinstalled. Thanks, Shawn.
Received on Tue Oct 31 20:57:16 2006

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