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Re: maximum filesize

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 06:37:03 -0500

On Apr 2, 2008, at 06:24, Alexander Lindemann wrote:

> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Apr 2, 2008, at 02:52, tarantella wrote:
>>> Garrett Rooney wrote:
>>>> On 5/29/06, Yevern Govender wrote:
>>>>> I would like to know what the maximum filesize limit is, for an
>>>>> individual file in an svn repository.
>>>> There is no intrinsic limit, although depending on your filesystem
>>>> back end there are various factors involved. For bdb the
>>>> berkeley db
>>>> settings could limit you to some extent, and for fsfs depending on
>>>> your operating system and the version of APR you're using you could
>>>> hit bugs that limit individual commits to 2 or 4 gigs, although
>>>> current versions of APR should have corrected those issues.
>>> I have set the php filesize to 64mb.
>>> And my db accepts more.
>>> But with EGW it stops somewhere at 1-1,5mb. And it is not
>>> consistent.
>>> Can someone tell me in english how I can adjust the filesize max
>>> upload?
>> Subversion does not have a maximum file size parameter to adjust. As
>> Garrett said, there is no limit.
>> PHP is not used to access Subversion.
>> What db are you talking about?
>> What is EGW?
> Hi,
> Ehh...
> Egroupware. Wrong forum?
> I am running Egroupware on a Mysql DB.
> And, as you see, I have trouble uploading large files.

Wrong forum. :) This mailing list is for Subversion, a.k.a. svn.
Since your question is about Egroupware using MySQL, you should ask
the Egroupware folks.

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Received on 2008-04-02 13:38:05 CEST

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