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Re: Limit to commit size?

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-06 21:48:04 CET

On 11/6/07, Justin Johnson <justinjohnson@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have an AIX 5.3 server running Apache 2.2 as the server for
> Subversion 1.4.0. The other day one of my users performed an import
> of a > 7 GB directory into the repository. It completed in a couple
> hours with no error, but only added a little over 1.5 GB to the
> repository, and didn't provide any error message indicating any
> problems. I'm still doing a comparison to see what wasn't added.
> Has anyone else seen this sort of behavior? Do I need to change some
> configuration setting in Apache?

If it did not commit everything you should have got an error.
Subversion uses a delta algorithm that can shrink the size of what was
committed. What does this directory gzip to?

I guess my point is that it is possible, perhaps even likely, that
nothing was lost or missing.

svn log -v should tell you the paths that were committed.

Mark Phippard
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