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Re: Errors while checking out large directory

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 15:10:27 -0500

On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 15:08, Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I've found several references to this problem via Google & the list
> archives, but never any answers.
>
> When checking out from *some* clients (one in particular), I get the
> following errors in my Apache error log on a regular basis:
>
> [Fri Jan 15 12:33:57 2010] [error] [client IP] Provider encountered an
> error while streaming a REPORT response.  [500, #0]
> [Fri Jan 15 12:33:57 2010] [error] [client IP] A failure occurred
> while driving the update report editor  [500, #190004]
>
> My SVN server is CollabNet's distribution of 1.5.2 running on Windows
> 2003 with the default configuration of Apache that's included.
>
> We have the most difficulty when performing a build using AnthillOS on
> another Windows 2003 server. HOWEVER, I have three servers running
> identical versions of AnthillOS, checking out from the same SVN
> server. Only one of them generates these errors.
>
> I have multiple copies of my project being built on each server, but
> they are done sequentially. Sometimes one or two of the builds will
> work OK; eventually it'll get to the point where all of them fail. I'm
> left with a partial checkout of the WC; if I run svn update manually
> while logged into the server, it completes successfully.
>
> If I restart Apache, it seems to run OK...for a while. I have a
> checkout running right now and I'm showing httpd using about 33MB of
> memory.
>
> This is slowing our development processes significantly, as we're
> forced to re-attempt each build multiple times. Our change management
> processes are designed around doing the builds (which also involve
> tagging) through AnthillOS, so I can't just push it through manually
> without additional administrative overhead.
>
> Has anyone found any resolution to this? I've seen references to this
> happening as recently as SVN 1.6.1. Do I have to schedule regular
> restarts of the service? Is there a configuration option I can change?
>

Sorry, replying to myself as I omitted what may be important information.

The checkout always fails while working on a directory holding (at the
moment) 956 items (PDF files), totaling 663MB.
Received on 2010-01-15 21:11:02 CET

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