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Re: problem performing a commit

From: Florian Seydoux <florianseydoux_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 13:25:18 +0200

Thomas Peter wrote:
> [...]
> But the following is the messages I get on the client:
> Transmitting file data .......svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> --------------8<------------------8<----------------------------
> svn: PUT of
> '/repos/algo/!svn/wrk/38a4dd53-cfd3-c39c-d280-9358b818097d/algo/branches/path/to/the/file/in/the/repo/on_of_the_binary.files':
> Could not send request body: connection was closed by server.
> (
> -------------->8------------------>8----------------------------
> in the server-logfile:
> --------------8<------------------8<----------------------------
> [Mon Jun 30 17:10:20 2008] [error] [client]
> dav_svn_close_stream: error closing write stream [500, #185004]
> [Mon Jun 30 17:10:20 2008] [error] [client] Unexpected end of
> svndiff input [500, #185004]


I think they are multiple potential causes, but I already had such issues
with large commits/co and a server without enough memory
(apache was running on a windows machine with only 1Gb of Ram,
and not enough "pre-allocated" window swap).

I'm not an expert at all, but it seems that it can also depend on how your
apache is configured (wich worker model, threads per child, etc.), as well
as the free space on /tmp, swap, and so on.

was you able to sucessfully commit after having restarted apache?

Hope this can help



Seydoux Florian
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