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  1. Subversion
  2. SVN-1293

Massive Memory Usage

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: all
    • Fix Version/s: Beta
    • Component/s: unknown
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    • Environment:

      Windows XP

      Description

      Ok, I read about this being a problem and it was supposed to be fixed 
      (Issue 995), but I am still having problems with massive memory usage 
      on my clients.  I have a repository with several thousand files in it on 
      RedHat 8.0.  I downloaded the most recent developer source and am 
      using that on RedHat.  Creation of a view on RedHat works like a charm 
      with no noticeable problems (althought the svn client program is 
      153Megs in size at the end and the machine has 1Gig of RAM).
      
      On Windows I am using the 0.21 (r5639) version from the installer 
      version.  The creation of a view on Windows XP machine (with only 512 
      Megs) chugs away for 45 minutes to an hour with the svn process size 
      growing constantly (as shown in the task manager).   It then dies with 
      the following error after the process size grows to ~140Megs and the 
      on disk stats are  ~64000 files and ~250Megs:
      
      svn: Can't find an entry
      svn: could not check out a file
      snv: timstpamps_equal_p: `ACE_CACHE_MAP_MANAGER.3' not under 
      revision control
      

      Original issue reported by fhodum

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