1) http2) I'm not sure how to answer this. Do you mean the size of the pipe?
3) I can, but I didn't wish for their to be several incomplete revisions
within the repository. It's my understanding that if I broke it up into
multiple imports, it would create multiple revisions.
This may or may not be noteworthy, but ps aux reveals the following...
S+ 13:28 10:06 svn import
A bit of digging in the man pages says that the S stat means that this
process is in an interruptible sleep state, potentially waiting for some
event. I'm not really sure what that means, or why it would go through X
number of files, and then sleep.
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 2:07 PM, Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 13:38, Ben Kyrlach <bkyrlach_at_hobsons-us.com>
> > Hello...
> > I'm using subversion 1.4, and I'm attempting to import a website that has
> > combined 21420 directories/files. It seems to be chugging along and then
> > just stops... generally around the same place in the file list. I'm
> > completely stumped, because although this is large for me, it seems from
> > lurking around here that it's not really _that_ large. The repository is
> > FSFS, and I'm sure there's other information you'll need from me, I'm
> > not sure what to provide as I'm pretty new to Subversion.
> > Thanks for any help you can offer,
> What access method are you using (http, svn, https, svn+ssh, file)?
> What kind of network connection to the server?
> Can you try importing smaller chunks rather than the whole thing at once?
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