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Killing processes

From: Stefan <algroth_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-11-10 03:32:03 CET


I read in the FAQ, that the repository can get corrupted, if the
client-process is been killed. Remains this problem in Subversion 1.4.2 with
BerkeleyDB 4.5.20?

Does the repository also get corrupted, if the svnserve-process is been
killed while no client is connected? If it gets corrupted, what is the right
way to stop the svnserve-process?
I guess - because of the transactional behaviour of the db - that the result
is the same, when the svnserve-process is been killed while a client is
connected, isn't it?


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