On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 08:27:19AM +0000, CHAZAL Julien wrote:
> Thanks a lot for you help.
> My server is in a 32-bit mode. Anyway, I'll take a look for "LimitRequestBody" option in apache conf.
Just to state the yet non-stated to make sure that matters are clear
(many people may easily be unaware of that):
a server being a 32bit OS should IN NO WAY result in I/O transfers
of a heavy-weight I/O software being limited to 32bit, too (well, ideally......).
That's what the difference between "64bit file I/O" and actual 64bit OS was
supposed to be for (the transition to "64bit file I/O" was made
quite a bit *before* actual 64bit OSes properly supporting 64bit *CPUs*
IOW, this likely indicates that a 32bit type
(i.e., a type limited/adhering to system-width) is erroneously being used
somewhere within the transfer chain, rather than an actual 64bit type
(see various stdint.h implementations for specifics)
that's suitable for 64bit data transfers on a 32bit system as well.
So much for the theory - now as to whether SVN transfers
are supposed to qualify for "heavy-weight I/O"
(i.e. whether that is a valid sufficiently frequent use case on 32bit platforms),
that's obviously another matter ;)
> De : Andy Levy [andy.levy_at_gmail.com]
> Date d'envoi : vendredi 7 septembre 2012 17:52
> À : CHAZAL Julien
> Cc : users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Objet : Re: SVN 1.6: What is the maximum size for a commit?
> Is your server 32-bit or 64-bit? If 64-bit, are Apache & the
> Subversion modules compiled for 32-bit or 64-bit? If it's all 32-bit,
> I wonder if that's a factor as well.
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Received on 2012-09-10 11:10:52 CEST