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Connections limit on Win client

From: Jo Support <jo.support_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2009 10:32:57 +0100

Hi people,

I have to import 26.854 files for a total of 1,3 GB ~ from client to server.

With the following scenario

Server: CentOS 5 - svn 1.4.4
Client: WinXP - TortoiseSNV 1.5.3 or svn 1.5.2 CLI - Firewall OFF,
Antivirus OFF, OFF, OFF...

The client does NOT complete the import when it reaches ~4000
connections to the server, and everytime fails on a different
operation on different file (MKCOL, PROPPATCH, PUT, etc.), with the
Could not connect to server

With the same server, but the following client

Client: Linux CentOS 5 - svn 1.1.4

The client DOES complete the import successfully.

I think it should be a problem of WinXP that doesn't support so many
parallel connections.
Did someone encoutered the same problem?
Any suggestion on what tune up if it's possible?



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