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svn update crashes with "Cannot allocate memory"

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      I have seen this several times from svn_load_dirs.  When I have a particularly 
      large changeset coming in, say 250 files modified or more and a total patch 
      size of 15MB or more, when svn_load_dirs does its svn update after applying 
      things, I get: 
       
      /home/jgoerzen/svn_load_dirs/upstream/svn_load_dirs.pl: /usr/bin/svn 
      update failed with this output: 
      svn: Berkeley DB error 
      svn: Berkeley DB error while reading node revision for filesystem 
      /home/jgoerzen/repos/kernel/db: 
      Cannot allocate memory 
       
      Strangely, clearing out my working directory and running svn co on it directly 
      makes things work fine.
      

      Original issue reported by jgoerzen

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