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Blame command with merge history makes my apache server crash

From: Paulo Neves <paulo.neves_at_solucionar.com.br>
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 12:58:55 -0300

Running svn blame command with the merge history (-g) option in a file that
received a lot of merges is crashing my apache server.

When I run the command, the server memory consuption starts to grow from 55%
till 97%, and then apache crashes and must be manually restarted.

Does anybody here know a work around for this problem? Maybe a parameter to
put in httpd.conf. Blame is a great feature, but I don't mind to forbid it.

Blame without the -g works fine, but our users client (TortoiseSVN) uses -g
by default and you can't turn it off.

Some more info:

Apache 2.2.11 in Windows 2008
Subversion 1.5.6

It is a virtual machine with 1.5Gb of memory and virtual memory set to zero.

Apache error log just display:

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual
Please contact the application's support team for more information.
[Thu Mar 12 22:15:17 2009] [crit] Parent: child process exited with status 3

If desirable I can post my httpd.conf file here.
Paulo Neves
(21) 3235-2519
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