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Subversion robust to server-side disk full errors?

From: Kylo Ginsberg <kylo.ginsberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-18 21:39:29 CEST

I'm running subversion 1.4.3 under Fedora Core 4 with both svn:// and
http:// access methods supported. Is subversion tested against the
error case where the server runs out of disk space mid-commit? (I
seem to recall a report of a repository corruption problem resulting
from this scenario.)

If not, is there a recommended practice for a pre-commit script that
will reject a commit if it would cause disk full? (This second
question assumes subversion is robust to the case where it runs out of
disk space while creating the transaction file itself.)

Thanks,
Kylo

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