svn repo of /usr/src ==> core dump - Minix

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  1. svn repo of /usr/src ==> core dump

    I've increased the size of memory under VMware (to 752MB) and the size
    of 'svn' by 100k using 'chmem', but I still get a "core dump" when I
    try to import /usr/src into a subversion repository.

    Shouldn't this be possible? Seems like a natural thing to do ...

    Can anyone else do this?

    Thanks any ideas/comments!
    --
    Prof Kenneth H Jacker khj@cs.appstate.edu
    Computer Science Dept www.cs.appstate.edu/~khj
    Appalachian State Univ
    Boone, NC 28608 USA

  2. Re: svn repo of /usr/src ==> core dump

    All,

    On 2007-04-01, Kenneth Jacker wrote:
    > I've increased the size of memory under VMware (to 752MB) and the size
    > of 'svn' by 100k using 'chmem', but I still get a "core dump" when I
    > try to import /usr/src into a subversion repository.
    >
    > Shouldn't this be possible? Seems like a natural thing to do ...


    Should be. Maybe it needs more memory, 100k isn't very much.. otherwise,
    it's probably a port bug.

    =Ben



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