[cvsnt] out of memory with cvs log...
Victor A. Wagner Jr.
vawjr at rudbek.com
Fri Jun 10 22:27:35 BST 2005
At 09:09 2005-06-10, John Cole wrote:
>I was testing a script and ran into this problem with 2.5.01 (Travis) Build
>1976 and 2.5.01 (Travis) Build 1990.
>When I issue a cvs log command on one of our very large binary files, I get
>an out of memory error:
> >cvs log uaMain2.exe
>cvs [server aborted]: out of memory; can not reallocate 415236096 bytes
>This is on our hot backup server which is running W2K3 Server, and has 1GB
>of memory. VM is set to 1.5GB, and watching the task manager, CVSNT throws
>the error when the PF hits 1.0GB (It's idling at 200MB).
>On our primary server, which is running XP Pro SP1 with 1GB of memory and
>2.0.41a this works fine (the repositories are copied from the primary to the
>hot backup each night).
>The client in both cases is 188.8.131.527. The ,v file is 538MB with 37
>revisions of 13MB each.
it doesn't have to be a binary file. I have a very large (1.2gb) file
that's all text and has approximately 1000 changes in it that runs forever
then gives an out of memory error. I have NO idea what memory is needed to
produce a log and why it would be processing so much stuff.
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