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From "Ivan Zhakov (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Resolved] (SVN-2128) svnserve slows down / stops file sharing on Win2003
Date Thu, 05 May 2016 18:45:13 GMT


Ivan Zhakov resolved SVN-2128.
       Resolution: Cannot Reproduce
    Fix Version/s:     (was: unscheduled)

Closing as 'Cannot Reproduce': no reproduction script, no prior discussion on
mailing list.

> svnserve slows down / stops file sharing on Win2003
> ---------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SVN-2128
>                 URL:
>             Project: Subversion
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: svnserve
>    Affects Versions: 1.1.x
>         Environment: Windows 2000
>            Reporter: Subversion Importer
>            Priority: Blocker
> This is filed under Windows 2000 because there was no option for 2003 Server.
> I've had SVN installed for about a week, and have been running svnserve as a  service
(damon) process on Win2k3.  3 times now the server has basically slowed all file sharing connections
to a hault; no explaination as to why. The first two times I fixed it with a server reboot;
this last time on a hunch I tried unloading svnserve and immediately the server started responding
well again.  I was using the default svnserve port, and there is not anything special with
the network setup -- two NICs, one public, one private with NAT routing and VPN access enabled.
> Normally QuickBooks can load data off the file share in a matter of 10 seconds, when
this issue appears, it takes well over 10 minutes to load the same data.  Likewise, our outlook
PST files are stored on the file share; and normally changing between emails in outlook is
instantaneous.  When this slowdown occurs, Outlook either locks up or takes 30+ seconds just
to show the newly selected email.
> I've seen something similar with Snom server software for VoIP systems.  Both on one
of our XP test machines and a client Windows 2000 server, the file sharing was knocked offline
intermittantly.  We never found what the solution for it was; however the software was also
designed for unix enviroments first and then ported to Windows.  Maybe there is something
small being missed on the operation of sockets under windows?
> Original issue reported by *dguisinger*

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