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Re: endless(?) loop with heavy io when doing a svn move

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 22:52:44 -0600

On Feb 5, 2009, at 22:45, AmenophisIII wrote:

> im using subversion 1.5.1 on ubuntu 8.10 (64bit).
> i have a file that seems to hang svn when i try to rename it. i always
> tried to kill svn, so im not 100% sure its really an endless loop or
> just a really long and stupid loop. :)
> even when hitting ctlr+c a few seconds after entering the command,
> when
> io goes up, it takes several minutes (more than 5) on my core2 dual
> core
> to actually stop(!). xserver and alsa output get totally blocked
> in the meantime, keyboard "works" (num led switching).
> im not sure what i did exactly before this. some other svn
> moving/refactoring of my src tree.
> the behaviour is fixed after i (cleanup and) commit, but it should get
> fixed nontheless imho :)
> i have tared the directory (including the .svn dir) and can reproduce
> the behaviour when untaring it somewhere else.
> im not sure if it is safe to share it due to authentification data
> caching (guess not?).

Authentication data is not stored in the working copy, but in your
~/.subversion directory.

> at least the url of the rep is in there, which i
> dont wanna share anyway.
> can i get rid of that information without killing the bug trigger?

I'm not sure what's causing the bug, but you can use "svn switch --
relocate your_private_url some_other_url" to get the URL out of the
working copy. Then you can test whether you can still reproduce the bug.


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