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Re: set maximum file size for commits

From: Mark E. Hamilton <mhamilt_at_sandia.gov>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 10:54:45 -0600

Andy Levy wrote:

>> I was hoping someone had experimented with some Apache options to limit
>> transaction size. (Yet another thing on my todo list that I hope someone
>> else has more experience with...) Possibly something like
>> LimitRequestBody 4194304 ????
> In that scenario, consider that Subversion only transfers differences
> across the wire. So how would you handle a situation where a user
> commits at 2MB file, then appends 3MB to it and commits that? Their
> individual commits were both under 4MB, but the resulting file is now
> 5MB.

Also, not everyone uses http/https; some of us use svn+ssh. As I
understand it Apache isn't involved in those at all.

Mark E. Hamilton
Orion International Technologies, Inc.
Sandia National Laboratory, NM.
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