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  2. SVN-3411

SVN leaks about 1KB of memory per file when committing added files

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: 1.6.x
    • Fix Version/s: ---
    • Component/s: unknown
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    • Environment:

      Windows Vista

      Description

      Download latest version of SVN client (1.6.1). Installed on Windows Vista, all
      service packs/hotfixes installed. 32 bit version, 4 GByte RAM, plenty of disk space.
      
      Added about 13,000 files in multiple directories to the repository. Then
      committed those additions. Sending content fails with out-of-memory error.
      
      The bug is reproducable. Memory usage for this operation is predictable: about 1
      KByte per added file, e.g. 1 GByte for about 1,000 files. Memory consumption can
      be observed with system tools.
      
      Impact: Can't add large number of files in one commit, e.g. when migrating old
      projects to Subversion.
      
      A similar problem existed in the past, see Bug #1964. The root cause might be
      different this time.
      
      Will try 'import' instead as a work around.
      

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      Original issue reported by mlange

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