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Subversion fails on commits with large number of files (~3400 files)

From: Todd Nine <todd.nine_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-29 19:15:06 CET

Hi all,
  I'm trying to commit a large number of small files, but it has only
commited 4Mb of data. As subversion is running through the commit, I get to
about 2000 then the put fails. I'm using CENTOS 4.4. I'm using Apache
2.0.52 and mod_dav_svn. I'm not using https, only an http connection. I've
used the included default RPM which is version 1.1.4-2, I've also
downloaded, compiled and installed that latest stable source, version 1.4.2.
Neither seems to work, and I'm not using the Berkely DB back end. When I
run a top as I'm committing, subversion keeps increasing its memory usage
until 0% is available, at which point the server dies. I've found the issue


but there's no resolution. Is this fixed in the 1.4.2 codebase?
Received on Wed Nov 29 19:15:54 2006

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