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Re: checkout with client 1.6.3 / server 1.5.5 doesn't complete (SOLVED)

From: Bernd Büttner <b.buettner_at_mkc-gmbh.de>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 13:43:35 +0200

It's not a problem with subversion or linux.
The problem is the virus scanner. In this case the actual version of Avira.
After removing it the system works fine.

Now I'm searching for another anti-virus program that works with OpenSuse 11.1
(Kaspersky doesn't).


Bernd Büttner schrieb:
> Resending with new subject to be more interesting.
> I created a repository on a svn-server (apache module) on a windows server.
> Server version is 1.5.5
> Then imported a tree from a SUSE linux system (11.1) with svn-client version 1.6.3.
> Tree is 300MB with 34000 files. This took around 5 hours.
> Now created a new directory on the linux system and did a checkout.
> This works much faster but didn't complete.
> A lot of files are added, until the following error:
> svn: Kann Datei "lib/osip2/src/test/res/.svn/tmp/text-base/torture_msgs2.svn-base" nicht öffnen: Die Operation ist nicht erlaubt
> Directory listing shows me a file with a length of 34KB, but in reality it's empty.
> Therefore linux cannot imagine a type and doesn't allow an open.
> I can list the file from the repository with firefox without any problem.
> It is a normal ascii textfile.
> On another linux system with older linux (suse 10.2) and older svn client (1.4.2) the checkout works fine.
> Any hint what I have to do?
> Bernd
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