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Re: SVN Property Value Size Limit

From: Daniel Shahaf <danielsh_at_elego.de>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 13:17:58 +0300

Matthias Legeler wrote on Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 07:02:50 +0000:
> In our subversion repositories we have merged many many times.
> Now we have very large svn:mergeinfo property values (>8k).
> The problem is now, that if we make a svn checkout, the property values will be truncated in the working copy by approximately 8k.
> The svn propget command at the working copy folder returns a truncated value.

Where does the truncation happen? Do you get only the first 8KB of the
property? Do you get everything except the last 8KB? What is the
offset from the point of truncation to the start and to the (true) end
of the property? (Is that offset a power of 2?)

You can determine all that with 'svn propget --strict svn:mergeinfo ./'
and 'svn propget --strict svn:mergeinfo URL'.


> This occurs only for working copies there are created with the http protocol over the svn apache.
> With the file protocol the property values are complete.
> My question:
> Is this a known behavior?
> Is this limited by a setting in the Apache/WebDAV/SVN configuration?
> regards,
> Matthias
Received on 2013-06-27 12:18:37 CEST

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