Strange "out of memory" error with subversion - 3235

Just tried committing some code to my subversion based project under the new EAP ( on linux, was fine on windows ) and got the attached error.

When I left the office earlier I did a move of a class, and noticed that IDEA left the repository somewhat messed up, the files wern't moved in the repository, and now I got this...

I was able to recover simply by running "svnadmin recover ]]>" on the server, but I shouldn't have to...

Now I'm scared to refactor :(



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This seems to be an error returned from the server, Mark. Check your subversion installation to see if something is wrong.

Did you tried to do a large commit? I remember that subversion had memory issues on large commits on earlier versions (should be OK with 1.1+, tho)

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On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 15:55:12 +0300, Marcus Brito wrote:

This seems to be an error returned from the server, Mark. Check your
subversion installation to see if something is wrong.


Yep - it was a server issue, doing "svnadmin recover" on the repository
worked ( as I mentioned in the first message ), however, it occured only
after doing a move to two classes. Hardly a big commit ( the move never
actually worked either ).

Mark

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