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Re: Intermittent crash with SVN Commit.

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2009-01-20 08:46:05 PST
Message chrroe at uni dot de wrote:
> This happens to me, too. :-(
>
> I have Tortoise 1.5.6 under Win XP SP2 German. My working copy is on
> a Samba share, which I mount via UNC path. When I say OK in the
> commit dialog the earlier mentioned error box from MS Visual C++
> Runtime appears. After that the MS Windows error reporting tool is
> shown, where I say "Don't send". It's repeatable ...
>
> @Dev-Team: Please open a ticker at your new issue tracker, since we
> are at least 3 poeple now with the same problem ...

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http://subversion.ti​gris.org/issues/show​_bug.cgi?id=3346

Stefan

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Re: Intermittent crash with SVN Commit.

Author Andy Levy <andy dot levy at gmail dot com>
Full name Andy Levy <andy dot levy at gmail dot com>
Date 2009-01-20 06:02:22 PST
Message On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 08:50, <chrroe at uni dot de> wrote:
> This happens to me, too. :-(
>
> I have Tortoise 1.5.6 under Win XP SP2 German. My working copy is on a Samba share, which I mount via UNC path. When I say OK in the commit dialog the earlier mentioned error box from MS Visual C++ Runtime appears. After that the MS Windows error reporting tool is shown, where I say "Don't send". It's repeatable ...

WCs on Samba are known to cause problems. See
http://tortoisesvn.t​igris.org/faq.html#s​amba

> @Dev-Team:
> Please open a ticker at your new issue tracker, since we are at least 3 poeple now with the same problem ...

Confirm that your configuration isn't in error before claiming this is a "bug".

RE: Intermittent crash with SVN Commit.

Author chrroe at uni dot de
Full name chrroe at uni dot de
Date 2009-01-20 05:50:53 PST
Message This happens to me, too. :-(

I have Tortoise 1.5.6 under Win XP SP2 German. My working copy is on a Samba share, which I mount via UNC path. When I say OK in the commit dialog the earlier mentioned error box from MS Visual C++ Runtime appears. After that the MS Windows error reporting tool is shown, where I say "Don't send". It's repeatable ...

@Dev-Team:
Please open a ticker at your new issue tracker, since we are at least 3 poeple now with the same problem ...

Thanks
Christoph

Re: Intermittent crash with SVN Commit.

Author Natalie <ncamarata at servicebench dot com>
Full name Natalie <ncamarata at servicebench dot com>
Date 2009-01-19 11:29:00 PST
Message I have observed this same behavior using TortoiseSVN 1.5.6
Build14908. We have our local repository on a mapped network drive.
The commit will fail with the message "Runtime Error! The application
has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please
contact the application's support team form more information". The
commit fails if there are files with multiple extensions being
committed against a network drive that is the root of the repository.
If all of the files have the same extension, the commit works
successfully. As a work around, we have found if you map another
network drive that is the parent (or higher) of the drive that
contains the repository, you can commit successfully. This problem
appears to be when the root drive of the repository is a mapped
network drive.

Repository is checked out to mapped drive K: (\\devbox\home\myrepo).
commit fails against K:.
Map S: drive that is a parent of K: (\\devbox\home). Under S: you can
commit to the myrepo directory (which is equivalent to K:)
successfully.



On Nov 26 2008, 5:53 am, Godfrey Small <godfrey.sm...@am​s-neve.com>
wrote:
> This has happened twice to me, but once it has happened, it will
> continue to happen until the workaround has been done.  Please bear with
> me while I describe it as best I can.
>
> All our source code is by (historical) convention, built from Drive L.
> For convenience, this is a folder that is mapped using subst. I suspect
> the size of this may be a factor, as properties reports the size as 2.11
> GB containing 25,600 files and 6,019 folders.  This includes .svn
> folders etc.
>
> I usually use SVNCommitby right clicking on the root of the mapped
> Drive L, as this will allow all changes to be grouped together under a
> single revision number and comment.  It is this that crashed.  I am
> supplied with the list of changed files, a group of which I check, I add
> the comment "Punchin recording improvements, though still no muting on
> the punched into track which will come in later." and clicked OK.  The
> windowscrashscreen then appears with a comment that Totroisesvn
> received an abnormal termination request. (I cannot remember the exact
> wording, but that is the gist if it.)
>
> This happened twice.  I then rebooted the PC and tried again, twice,
> with the same result.
>
> I then selected the first of three folders at the top level within drive
> L that contained all the changed files, and was able to do thecommit
> normally, although the one set of changes was spread over 3 revision
> numbers.
>
> This happened to me once back in July, when I reported another bug,
> which was fixed overnight, along with others, and as I had used the
> subfolder method to do thecommitand then installed the fixed version I
> assumed it had been solved by the new build.
>
> I do not envy anybody trying to fix this, but will be happy to cooperate
> to the best of my ability with anybody who takes it on.
>
> Godfrey Small.
>
> Username  Thingfish47
>
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Intermittent crash with SVN Commit.

Author thingfish47
Full name Godfrey Small
Date 2008-11-26 02:53:44 PST
Message This has happened twice to me, but once it has happened, it will
continue to happen until the workaround has been done. Please bear with
me while I describe it as best I can.

All our source code is by (historical) convention, built from Drive L.
For convenience, this is a folder that is mapped using subst. I suspect
the size of this may be a factor, as properties reports the size as 2.11
GB containing 25,600 files and 6,019 folders. This includes .svn
folders etc.

I usually use SVN Commit by right clicking on the root of the mapped
Drive L, as this will allow all changes to be grouped together under a
single revision number and comment. It is this that crashed. I am
supplied with the list of changed files, a group of which I check, I add
the comment "Punchin recording improvements, though still no muting on
the punched into track which will come in later." and clicked OK. The
windows crash screen then appears with a comment that Totroisesvn
received an abnormal termination request. (I cannot remember the exact
wording, but that is the gist if it.)

This happened twice. I then rebooted the PC and tried again, twice,
with the same result.

I then selected the first of three folders at the top level within drive
L that contained all the changed files, and was able to do the commit
normally, although the one set of changes was spread over 3 revision
numbers.

This happened to me once back in July, when I reported another bug,
which was fixed overnight, along with others, and as I had used the
subfolder method to do the commit and then installed the fixed version I
assumed it had been solved by the new build.

I do not envy anybody trying to fix this, but will be happy to cooperate
to the best of my ability with anybody who takes it on.

Godfrey Small.

Username Thingfish47
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