thanks , it was hardware problem
On 4/27/07, Ryan Schmidt <email@example.com> wrote:
> Alex, please use the Reply To All function in your mail program when
> you reply, so that your reply goes to the list also, and not just to
> me. I may not know the answer to your question, but someone else on
> the list might.
> More information below:
> On Apr 25, 2007, at 08:18, Alex Florentino wrote:
> > On 4/25/07, Alex Florentino wrote:
> >> On 4/24/07, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> >>> On Apr 24, 2007, at 15:26, Alex Florentino wrote:
> >>> > when I svn commit I get
> >>> > this message : can't open activity db: too many open files
> >>> >
> >>> > the subversion version is 1.1.4
> >>> >
> >>> > any idea ? it is urgent !
> >>> 1. Have you tried the current version of Subversion, which is 1.4.3?
> >>> 2. I don't know whether the message is coming from the server or the
> >>> client, but could it be that you actually do have too many files
> >>> open
> >>> on either the server or the client?
> >> 1) I not be able upgrade svn version now.
> >> 2) I thnik this message is server because all work machine my
> >> office ara this problem
> >> any idea ? there some configuration for higher it?
> > # svn commit
> > # can't open activity db: too many open files
> > all client's machine.
> > I need solve this problem urgent, any idea ?
> > thanks very much!
> The reason I recommend you upgrade to 1.4.3 is that 1.1.4 is no
> longer supported. It is very old, and numerous problems have been
> fixed since then. If you find a bug in 1.1.4, it will not be fixed;
> you will be advised to upgrade to a newer version. Perhaps the
> problem you are experiencing now is one of ones fixed in newer
> versions. I don't know. But upgrading to the latest version is
> certainly the first thing I'd try when I encounter a problem with a
> software package.
> I'm not familiar with the error message you received, so the only
> advice I can give is to treat it as if it's telling the truth:
> perhaps you really do have too many files open. I do not know what
> the limits are on the operating systems you're using. For example, on
> Mac OS X 10.3, I believe the limit is about 12,000 files open at
> once. On Unix-like operating systems, I believe the "lsof" command
> will show you which files are open, and running that through "wc -l"
> will count how many files are open. "lsof | wc -l" on my PowerBook G4
> shows about 1500 files open. On my MacBook Pro, over 4000 files are
> open. How many are open on your server? What's the limit for your
> server's operating system? (Consult its documentation.)
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Received on Sat Apr 28 23:23:54 2007