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Subversion Service Keeps Stopping...

From: Albert, Anthony (Millennium) <aalbert_at_meicompany.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 20:08:16 +0000


My organization is using Subversion on a Hyper-V virtual Machine (successfully for some time now), but just today we have been having a critical work-stoppage failure that I can't seem to find a solution for.


- The SVN service (svnserve.exe) is stopped, so I start it and 10 seconds later it automatically stops again.

- When viewing the process in the task manager, I can see that there is a quickly increasing amount of RAM being utilized (0 to 700MB in 10 seconds) and once it gets around 600MB or 700MB, it disappears from the process list (closes down).

- When I launch the application 'svnserve' with the proper attributes, the command window gives me the following error message when it fails: "svnserve: Can't create thread: Not enough storage is available to process this command"

This is a critical work-stoppage for us and we have no idea why it sometimes runs for several minutes, and then sometimes it just quits after 10 seconds. Please let me know what is going on or what I can try...


Anthony D. Albert
IT Specialist
Millennium Engineering
Office: 321.622.0732
Cell: 321.432.4406
Received on 2014-01-30 21:36:30 CET

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