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Re: Timeout on commit (Connection Closed Unexpectedly)

From: Larry Martell <larry.martell_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-28 16:31:45 CEST

On 3/25/07, Troy Curtis Jr <troycurtisjr@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> At work several users have had their commit exit with the "Connection
> Closed Unexpectedly" error message. Upon further investigation it
> turns out that the commit makes it into the repository correctly, but
> the working copy is left in such a screwed up state that they have to
> do a fresh checkout to recover. (The working copy shows that the
> commit failed and so does not update the version information for the
> files commited, a 'svn up' causes conflicts galore). It also appears
> that one particularly large text file (actually ridiculously large),
> along with a generally large commit is common among the three case we
> encountered (many other revs have gone through just fine).
> Our repository is fairly large at ~2GB and 60k+ revisions.
> Furthermore, our code tree is very complex with many many directories
> at variable depths. We are using Subversion 1.4.1. The repository is
> BDB back-end served off Subversion's own 'svnserve' server. I thought
> I remembered something about the head revision re-write aspect of BDB
> repos could cause timeouts on large commits but I couldn't find
> anything on it.
> Does anyone have any ideas? Would a transition to an Apache served
> repository help?

I have seen this on repositories located on network drives accessed with
the file:/// method. I have never seen this on repos located on a server
accessed with https://. So I would say the answer to your question is yes.


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