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Subversion client hangs during long operations

From: Jason Erickson <jasone_at_dbo2.com>
Date: 2007-06-21 01:59:01 CEST

I'm on Windows Vista. This happens with command-line, TortoiseSVN, and


If I want to pull a small project, it works fine (usually). If I try to
checkout a larger project, it hums along fine for a minute or so and then
hangs. No new files come after that (I let it run overnight with no
progress). CTRL-C doesn't work to stop it. If I stop the process with the
task manager, I can do a svn cleanup and usually also have to delete some
files that were downloaded but are not 'versioned'. If I go through that
several times, eventually I get the whole project. Updates work fine after
that (as long as I do it frequently) but if I do something with a lot of
data, such as switching to a branch, it hangs after a minute or so again.


There are other users who successfully do this all the time from the same
location, so it doesn't seem like a server side issue. The other developers
are mostly on Windows XP but at least one person claims to be working fine
on Vista.


Does anyone have any clues as to what might be happening here?




Jason Erickson
Received on Thu Jun 21 01:59:41 2007

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