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Re: subversion aborting on commit

From: Bryan Franz <bryan.a.franz_at_nasa.gov>
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 23:12:55 -0500

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Mar 1, 2009, at 14:56, Bryan Franz wrote:
>> When committing a large number of binary-file changes to our repository,
>> subversion frequently aborts. It just says ".....Abort". The commit
>> appears to be successful, but the working copy is left in an incomplete
>> state. It seems like a time-out problem when updating the working
>> copy. Is this a known problem?
> I'm not sure... What version of Subversion, on what OS?
> What is a "large number" of files? In how many directories? How much
> data was being committed?
> Just trying to ask some questions that might be relevant.

svn 1.4.2 client on Centos 5.

Large number meaning of order 10,000. But each file is small (~4k), so
total is only 40-50MB.

One directory.

Sometimes it works, sometimes not. I haven't managed to isolate the
conditions, but most recently I've seen the commit abort when committing
a "delete" of one such batch of files, and then succeed when committing
an "add" of a new batch of equal size.


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